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Looking for private school for two kids in Special Education.

"I'm looking for a school for my 2 kids that are in Special Education. One goes for Reading,English, Spelling. The other one is in all day. I don't want to send back to Jefferson Parish Public School. Looking for a private school."

Above question asked by "Bonnie," an Education.com visitor via email.
In Topics: Choosing a school, Special education
> 60 days ago

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ASimon
ASimon writes:
Hi Bonnie,
     I'm sorry to hear you're having a difficult time locating a good private school for your children. I would be happy to help search for a good private school in the area if you could give a few more details such as which state and city you're in and what grades your children are in. However, education.com has the perfect feature to search for schools in your area (or any other for that matter) called "SchoolFinder." Im guessing from your earlier post that you are located in the Jefferson Parish School District in Louisiana, if that's the case take a look at what's nearby!
http://www.education.com/schoolfinder/us/louisiana/district/jefferson-parish-school-district/

If that's not the right area however you can search for schools around your address:
http://www.education.com/schoolfinder/

Hope this helps!
> 60 days ago

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CreativeRachna
CreativeRac... , Child Professional, Teacher writes:
Is there a reason you wish your children to attend private schools if they have a learning disability?  Public schools are legally obligated to provide section 504s or IEPs, whereas private schools are not obligated but may or may not assist in your child's needs. .  

I'm including a reference article to understanding your child's rights.
http://www.education.com/topic/parents-learning-disability/

Good Luck,
Rachna
> 60 days ago

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