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.
No official requests have been made by parents for student transfers, Assistant state Superintendent for Special Education Services Misty Kimbrough told members of the House Human Services Committee.
Read more here: Thirteen private schools will take part in Oklahoma special needs program | NewsOK.com.
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