You do a great job keeping an eye on our political and educational leaders, and I hope you will continue reporting about the State Board of Education’s decision to close the Dynamic Community Charter School for students with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
I wonder where these 70 students will go, those who were comfortable and supported in an educational setting where they were not “different” but “special” in a positive way. These families seem to be left hanging in the middle of a fund drive.
If the chairman of the state board thinks the troubles at Dynamic are with a statute not equipped for a school with a high number of special-needs students, shouldn’t that be fixed instead of disrupting these families and students by closing their school?
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