Thirteen private schools will take part in Oklahoma special needs program

No official requests have been made yet from parents of special-needs students for school district money that would allow their children to transfer to private schools, an Oklahoma Department of Education official told a legislative panel.

BY MICHAEL MCNUTT Published: September 1, 2010
Thirteen private schools have been approved to take part in a new program in which parents of special-needs students in public schools may apply for scholarships that allow their children to transfer to private schools, a state Education Department official said Tuesday.
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