School for special-education students in Virginia may have to close

Sept. 25, 2009
Students from Washington, D.C., are being removed because of concerns about academic quality

From The Washington Post: A Springfield, Va., private school that is paid by Washington, D.C., to provide education to students with special needs is in danger of closing because Washington, D.C., officials have decided to pull its students, citing concerns about the quality of instruction. Accotink Academy, which has worked with Washington, D.C., students for more than 15 years, received notice that 170 students from Washington would be pulled in the coming weeks.

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