As if it isn't tough enough being a "Special Needs" student in the city's public school system, some students are finding the buses are making getting a good education even harder. Parents say the school buses are running so late that they've made some students miss their first classes almost every day of school, and are making students return home hours late. Matt Berlin, director of the Office of Pupil Transportation, told the Daily News, "We're going to fix it for all the children in New York City schools like we do every year. Late buses are our failure." Until then, homeschooling?
Buses Keep Special Needs Kids From Getting To Class
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