Canadian special-education program to continue for current students

09/15/2009 | Toronto Star, The

A program for children with special needs will be phased out instead of abruptly closed, staving off legal action by parents against the Toronto Catholic District School Board. The program costs $175,000 per year and offers cognitive exercises for students at seven schools. A new schools supervisor justified the original decision to end the program, but the change will keep the school open until June 2012 and not allow new students.

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