Saturday, September 27, 2008

NYC kindergarten competition hurts children with special needs

New York City's competitive kindergarten admissions make it hard for children with special needs to get into top mainstream or special-needs public schools, writes preschool special educator Christine Gralow. "I've seen parents of children with autism go through particularly trying battles ... often without a good result," she writes. The New York Times (free registration)/Lesson Plan blog

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