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Services Study Approved for Missouri’s Schools for the Severely Disabled

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(Farmington) Missouri will study the way services are provided to students at the state’s 34 schools for the severely disabled.

During Tuesday’s Missouri Board of Education meeting, State Education Commissioner Margie Vandeven says the last time the State reviewed the delivery of services for students at these schools was in 2006.

Vandeven says the students’ needs have shifted drastically and the services might need to change to meet the need.

More than 740 students are currently served at these schools around Missouri.

There are three of these schools in the listening area, Citadel State School in Potosi, Special Acres State School in Park Hills and Ozark Hills State School in Salem.


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