School that serves many students with special needs could face closure

Educators and parents are protesting plans to close a Milwaukee school that serves a high proportion of students with special needs. School board officials have targeted the Sixty-fifth Street K-8 School for possible closure because of poor performance and under-enrollment, but some parents and teachers say the school's closure would be especially disruptive to many students in special education, who would be split up to attend other schools.

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