The advocacy group Disability Rights Texas says it will keep a close eye on the Harris County Department of Education’s (HCDE) alternative schools, since state officials maintain they can’t monitor them directly. “We are very concerned about the welfare of the students who are attending those campuses and their safety, and so we have decided to evaluate and look at putting resources towards routine monitoring of those campuses,” said Shiloh Carter, an attorney with Disability Rights Texas.
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