The report found that 4 special needs students, including Nashaly Perez, walked out of school on Sept 15
Linda Mazza says parents and teachers at P.S. 295 work to make sure they meet the needs of all children.
"It all ended well," Chancellor Carmen Fariña said after the boy was found.
P.S. 372 is holding a fundraiser Nov. 15 to raise money for a new dance floor.
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio calls the move harmful to public school students.
Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott said attendance for District 75 was down about 40 percent Wednesday.
The bus was hit at Metropolitan Avenue and Mt. Olivet Crescent about 9 a.m., officials said.
New York City saw a nearly 28 percent increase in the number of children with autism from 2009 to 2011.
The city could be on the hook for the cash after failing to place 2,500 special needs kindergarten kids in public schools.
Crews are working around the clock to get ready for 125 students moving from the Lower East Side school.
A total of 125 middle schoolers will reportedly move to Cooper Square to accommodate the expansion.
The Dept. of Education has backed off an expansion plan that would have shuffled special-ed students.
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