Ga. school takes collaborative approach for students with special needs

08/20/2010 | Rome News-Tribune (Ga.)

The special-education program at Georgia's McHenry Primary School serves more students with special needs than any other school in the county, many of whom have severe disabilities. The school features a sensory room and other specialized equipment for students with disabilities, who are integrated into inclusive classrooms for music, art and physical education. The goal of educators is to help students advance toward their goals. "Everyone works together and takes care of one another," one teacher said.

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