Special Education Programs

Special Education Programs

The Acton-Boxborough Regional School District offers a continuum of specialized services from preschool to the age of 22.  We provide learning center and specialized programs, as well as related services to meet the needs of individual learners.  All programs emphasize skill development and skill remediation along with the development of self-advocacy skills for greater independence and responsibility for learning.  Click on the link for our 2018-19 Special Education Program Descriptions.


Do you know of a child who may have a disability and or may be eligible for special education?

Massachusetts Special Education Law (formerly known as Chapter 766) and the federal special education law IDEA mandate identification programs that find and evaluate children requiring special education from age three through twenty-one. If the child has a disability and requires specially-designed instruction, known as special education, in order to make effective progress in the general education curriculum, then the child may receive special education services.

If you suspect that a child may have a disability and may require special education in order to make effective progress in general education, please have the child's parent and/or legal guardian contact the Director of Special Education or the team leader of his/her school. 

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