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As a result of this lack of democratic control and public oversight over the county offices of education, the misnamed ``continuation'' schools they run graduate almost no one, and their schools for mentally and physically handicapped kids are shamefully dysfunctional.
There is a moving account of the work of Mgr Michael Azzopardi, who decided to establish a home for mentally and physically handicapped children.
Tye Green in Harlow, Essex, has won praise for its work with mentally and physically handicapped youngsters up to the age of 19.
Johnson, the former world and Olympic record holder in the decathlon, has a particular interest in working with the mentally and physically handicapped and has been associated with the California Special Olympics since its inception in 1969.
With her father's help, Jalena Hay organized Camp Chesed-Camp Dora Hauser, a free summer program for mentally and physically handicapped Jewish children.
The ACLU said the district discriminated against its 65,000 mentally and physically handicapped students by not identifying their needs quickly enough, and then by illegally segregating them and not providing proper instruction.
Justice has prevailed finally, finally," said Eliza Thompson, mother of Chanda Smith, the learning-disabled lead plaintiff in the 1993 class-action suit filed to force the district to do better by its 65,000 mentally and physically handicapped students.