Getting into private school when you have special needs

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Getting into private school when you have special needs

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Having a child with special needs can make it difficult to get into private school, but that depends on the private school. Some schools will allow your child to have a shadow. Some schools won't. It also depends on the type of special need your child has. Does your child need someone in the classroom with them in the class at all times? Or is it really just an afterschool thing that can be taken care of? So the type of special needs your child has and the type of allowances your child needs and what the school is willing to do is something that varies from school to school. So be sure to check with the schools carefully before you apply.

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