Texas school for students with special needs closes abruptly

12/11/2009 | KENS-TV (San Antonio)

A Texas school that provided therapy and academics for students with autism and other special needs closed Thursday -- without warning to students or parents -- citing three months of nonpayment from a military health insurance program. "We're doing everything we can to ensure the children and their families get the services they need," Treehouse Pediatrics school officials said.

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