Review offers praise for special education in California district

12/17/2009 | St. Helena Star (Calif.)

Educators are meeting the needs of students with special needs in California's St. Helena Unified School District, according to a consultant's audit of special-education programs there. Alice Parker, a former state special-education director, told the school board that classrooms are "very richly staffed" with low student-to-teacher ratios, and she was particularly impressed with a district middle school that she called one of the best in California. The audit did, however, suggest that communication be improved.

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