Florida special-needs school to close amid declining enrollment

A private school in Florida for children with special needs will close because of the economy and two years of declining enrollment, officials said. Parents, who pay about $8,700 for tuition or use state vouchers for children with special needs, are getting help from a public-school official to find new schools for their children.

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