Monday, April 27, 2009

When Should Public Schools Pay for Private Schools for Special Needs Students?

The Supreme Court will look at this question and just what providing a "free and appropriate education" means, the Washington Post reports. Per usual, no specific discussion of transportation in this well worth reading article, but one can imagine the cost of transportation would add to the lengthy bill of service.

1 comment:

  1. teens High schools give the quality based education to the youths. Instructors of these schools are well educated and have a many years of experienced in the field of teaching. They give the personal attention on each and every student. These colleges provide good residential facilities and give well-rounded education to the teens.


We want this to be an open forum for the hundreds of thousands of people that are involved in transporting special needs students each day. We want to hear what you think, what's going on at your facility and what solutions you've found. But, please, keep it civil. Just like on the bus, we'll have no tolerance for attacks or anything defamatory. We won't write you up, but we'll delete the comments right away. So don't bother. But if you have something to share, this is your place.

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