Friday, May 13, 2016

Four ways schools failed in the case of Maurice Bellamy, a 17-year-old charged with two killings

1. Immediately upon moving to D.C., Bellamy’s mother tried to enroll him in the city’s Ballou Senior High. But officials kept missing meetings and putting her off.
Bellamy drifted for five weeks before he was allowed to start classes at Ballou. An independent hearing officer, hired by the city to help resolve special education disputes, later said the delay was “due to unresponsiveness of and lack of communication” of school staff...

1 comment:

  1. It's the fault of the callous society
    That caused him great anxiety
    And then slipped into depression
    And snuffed two lives for attention.


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