Saturday, June 01, 2002

Students classified correctly




The Associated Press

        COLUMBUS — The Ohio Department of Education has determined that students at eight charter schools that focus on special education were properly classified, a spokesman said Friday.

        In its review of Summit Academy's Akron and Parma schools this year and late last year, the education department had questioned the status of Parma pupils labeled with disabilities.

        The department determined they were correctly classified as special education students, said spokesman J.C. Benton. The schools do not have to return the $344,100 questioned as possible state overpayments, he said.

       



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