A unique Rhode Island school program for students with special needs is expanding, adding classrooms for teaching vocational and life skills to middle-school and high-school students with developmental difficulties, and a K-2 classroom for students with speech and language issues. The program is a partnership between the Bradley Hospital for children with mental illness and the East Providence school district and aims to provide education and services to students with disabilities who were formerly sent to out-of-district schools.

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