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As LPS officials deal with allegations of past mistreatment within the special education program, their liaison to parents -- the Special Education Advisory Council -- is gearing up to survey the parents of students with special needs.
Schools, Count Us In
An all-day soccer tournament among some of the area's premier programs, including Lexington, the sixth annual Kicks for Cancer is scheduled for this Saturday, Sept. 29, at Concord-Carlisle High School.
On Monday, Sept. 24, the Board Selectmen heard from the firm handling the designs for the Estabrook School road access project to improve vehicle and pedestrian traffic safety in the area.
The following is the text of a Sept. 20 statement regarding allegations of mistreatment within the special education program of the Lexington Public Schools, as provided by School Committee Chairwoman Margaret Coppe.
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A third Lexington family has shared its special education story and asked for an independent investigation into the treatment of their 17-year-old son when he was a young student with special needs.
The call and response renewed this weekend when the New York Times attached an editor’s note to the former Lexington resident’s op-ed alleging the mistreatment of his daughter by the Lexington Public Schools.
Another family has come forward alleging a special needs student was left alone in time out rooms; DA’s office confirms involvement.
From the publication of shocking allegations to competing statements to calls for an independent investigation and beyond.
With members of the community and School Committee calling for an independent investigation into allegations of mistreatment of students that arose over the weekend, the schools chief is asking the state to step in.
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