Parents open academy for students with special needs

08/23/2011 | Capital (Annapolis, Md.), The

When a school for students with special needs in Elkridge, Md., announced it was closing in June, parents and school employees decided to open their own facility. The new school, Compass Academy, will cost about $20,000 to attend -- half the rate of comparable programs -- and will cater to students with special needs such as Asperger's syndrome, autism and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The new school will retain much of the same curriculum and will aim to encourage the social development of its students.

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