Georgia program for children with disabilities: ‘Separate and unequal’ education?
The Hechinger Report
MARCH 21, 2017
Not only did Caleb never return to his local school, but he learned little throughout his elementary, middle and high school years — which included hundreds of hours struggling through computer lessons in math, science and social studies. They are often placed in separate classrooms within public schools and spend large numbers of hours on computers using technology that is not aligned with their specific needs. Leslie Lipson, counsel to the Georgia Advocacy Office.