Should specials education students be able to stay in school past the age of 21?

Posted by: gia_is_a_unicorn

Should specials education students (students with brain damage, autism, etc.) be able to stay in school past the age of 21 rather than sitting at home or in a nursing home all day long rather than having fun at school?

  • Yes they should be able to attend school past the age of 21.

  • No they should not be able to attend school past the age of 21.

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  • Unless there is a way to pay for them (not via government).

  • They're old enough, pay yourself.

  • In an inclusive public school? No. There's a point at which they have to move on. But if someone feels like starting a charter school for age 18+ students in special education, great! That's where they should be.

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