Red Clay struggles with inclusion plan

Some Red Clay board members got their feathers ruffled when some of the district’s own raised some red flags on the district’s inclusion transitioning.

Sounds like some teachers are being stranded high and dry when it comes to needed resources to serve special needs students. Are IEP’s being rewritten to accommodated Red Clay more so than the special needs student? 

If you think things are chaotic wait until Red Clay takes on Christina’s city schools!

Sorry to say but, Red Clay’s foundation is cracking and the weight of adding Christina’s city schools will cause an implosion. 

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2 responses to “Red Clay struggles with inclusion plan

  1. Actually. I wonder if Christina could specialize in Special Ed, and take choice applications from other districts which would balance out the outflow of charter money mostly directed at that big building on Hwy 100.

    1) Christina already has specialty schools such as the School For The insuring the resources to achieve Special Ed progress, despite all the political distractions thrown their way. They teach real skills to all those who need modifications to learn.

    3) So if instead of inclusion in Red Clay which is an upcoming disaster, if parents were able to choice out into some super amazing special educational facility in Christina, perhaps with a 5:1 student/teacher ratio, there might be enough applicants entering Christina to balance those currently choice-ing out of Christina for the highly selective schools. Red Clay….

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    • Something happened to 2) in the above sending. lol.

      2) If I remember what I saw correctly, the results of Christina’s Special Ed I think, are the highest in the state. Their board has really done a great job in maintaining Special Ed progress, despite all the political distractions thrown their way. They teach real skills to all those who need modifications to learn.

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