By Dan Rudy 

Schools readying for special ed review, drafting budget


January 18, 2018

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Students with Laura Davies' fifth grade class take turns interacting with another classroom miles away on Skype. As part of a learning exchange experience the class has connected with 17 other schools so far this school year.

Wrangell's public school system got encouraging marks for its special education provision, during a special report Monday evening.

The Public School District board met with Bob Hadaway, a consultant who has been working with the school system's administration and special education staff since September in preparation for a districtwide monitoring this fall by the Alaska Department of Education and Early Development. Superintendent Patrick Mayer explained the review was routine oversight, performed every four years to ensure school districts are compliant in how they use their programming re...

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