New special-needs program may save district millions

12/1/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A Massachusetts district hopes to save millions by returning about 70 students with special needs to a special program of its own rather than placing them in schools elsewhere. Most of children have behavioral or emotional disabilities and would be enrolled in a new program designed to meet their needs.

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