Parents in Nashua are voicing concerns over a decision by the school district to bus students offsite for special education services. Districts in New Hampshire are required to oversee and pay for services for students with special education plans, known as IEP's, even when that student starts going to a public charter school. This month, the Nashua School District started transporting IEP students from Gate City Charter School and the Microsociety Academy Charter School to their local public...
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