Special education in Bethel, Conn., has changed over the years with today's curriculum designed to prepare students with disabilities for college and the workforce. "Students today are not placed by disability, they are placed by their cognitive level," special-education official Pauline Goolkasian said. Educators said they work to identify the strengths and weaknesses of each student, provide academic and emotional support, and offer transition services to help students succeed.

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