From what I've seen, the kids have behavioral issues, as well as learning issues. It needs to be small in order to give personalized attention and get a grip of the student's needs and issues. However, staff can be dedicated, but that still doesn't change the students' innate behavioral problems when they leave that school. Pretty scary.
- submitted by a
September 10, 2003
Very pleased with the results I have gotten with my child. He went from D's and F's in public school to A's and B's
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