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The Learning Clinic

Private School | Grades 3-12
Po Box 324
Brooklyn, CT 06234
(860) 774-5619

About This School

The Learning Clinic is located in Brooklyn, CT. It is a private, special education school that serves 62 students in grades 3-12. The Learning Clinic is coed (school has male and female students) and is nonsectarian in orientation. The school belongs to the National Association of Private Special Education Centers.

In 2010, The Learning Clinic had 4 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Connecticut average is 13 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

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By a Former Student on

This school is an absolute sham. It claims that "every child can succeed", but does so by lowering the bar for "success". The director is a selfish maniac who virtually uses the school as a research facility, collecting data through point sheets and security cameras. I spent the entirety of high school there, and I feel like my childhood has been stolen. The school never did anything to treat the social anxiety problems that have always been holding me back; in fact, it added to them by creating the stigma of having been sent to a "special" school. The hopes and aspirations of students mean nothing in the face of the school's operation as a business and as a laboratory for the director. I can honestly say I have been mentally scarred by The Learning Clinic. I have been left well behind my peers academically and socially. What I got was 5 agonizing years of "stability", only to be ejected into a world I was never given a fair chance to prepare for. It may not be an abusive hellhole like certain other facilities, but the Learning Clinic is nevertheless a destroyer of hope and dreams. And the more capable you are as a person, the more The Learning Clinic will take away.

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