N.J. district refocuses program for students with behavioral, emotional challenges

11/12/2013 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

Middle-school students with behavioral and emotional challenges in a New Jersey district now have access to an alternative-education program. Designed with help from a consultant, the program features morning and afternoon meetings with teachers, during which students can address their concerns and have frequent talks with a school counselor or psychologist. "We have to make a place for these students to be successful," Superintendent Francisco Duran said.

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