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The Therapy Sessions
Friday, October 10, 2003
 

Maybe Honesty Isn't The Best Policy...

Parents: Special ed kids used as janitors
OLYMPIA, Washington (AP) -- Special education students were told to pick through recyclables and haul trash without pay as part of a Washington high school's Work Experience Program, and some of their parents are outraged...

...School officials said many special education students will do janitorial work after high school, so they believe the tasks are appropriate.

You got to admire the bluntness.


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