Denver seeks more access to charters for students with disabilities

10/26/2009 | Denver Post, The

Public-school officials in Denver say they are looking for ways to ensure that students with severe disabilities have better access to the city's charter schools. Among other things, school officials say, they will give priority to applications for new charter schools that provide for the inclusion of children with disabilities. Of about 7,000 students enrolled in Denver's charter schools, just two have been identified as having severe disabilities.

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