Monday, February 11, 2008

Idaho mulls future of school for hearing, vision impaired

Idaho plans to keep open the state's 99-year-old boarding school for those with visual and hearing impairments, though an education official said final decisions on the school's location and size have yet to be made. Some state lawmakers suggested the needs of these students could be more efficiently met at the local level, but the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires the state to offer a live-in schooling option. The Idaho Statesman (Boise)/Associated Press

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