Two of the four free-standing special schools in the city may have to close

11th June 1999 at 01:00
* Two of the four free-standing special schools in the city may have to close because of the success of its integration policy. More parents want their children educated in their local school now that Aberdeen has invested in special educational bases across the city.

There will shortly be an equal number of children in mainstream provision and the four all-age schools - Beechwood, Hazlehead, Marlpool and Woodlands.

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