Parents in Connecticut district want task force to address concerns

12/23/2009 | Greenwich Post (Conn.)

Special-education programs at a Connecticut high school are being criticized by a group of parents calling on school board officials to create a task force to make improvements. Parents offered praise for the district's elementary- and middle-school programs, but said resources are spread thin at Greenwich High School. "There is no coverage for aides through lunch, and students have no socialization with their peers," one parent said.

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