PRINCETON — Public and private school administrators and a few parents got together Friday for a “Timely and Meaningful Consultation.”
Students who attend private and home schools are entitled to special services provided by the federal government, and the annual consultation is necessary to make sure all of the students are covered.
Gwen Garver, Bureau-Marshall-Putnam director of special education, said federal law requires local school districts to provide services for private school and home schooled students. As part of the process, each local school district must consult with representatives of the private schools.
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