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Mollie Savit of Needham is thriving at the South Area Solomon Schechter Day School in Stoughton after two other schools did not meet her needs.

Religious schools look to fill special-education needs

Jewish community provides $2m grant

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / June 27, 2005

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Betsy Jacobs's son was just 4 years old when a Jewish day school told the Brookline woman she would be better off sending Sam to public school because his special needs were too much for the religious school to handle. (Full article: 1276 words)

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