When students at a California high school received their yearbooks recently, one group was conspicuously missing. There were no photos of the school’s 11 special education students.

Officials at Madera High School in Madera, Calif. say the error was innocent. Special education students do not have student identification numbers and, as a result, the computer failed to include their photos to be printed in the yearbook.

School officials printed an insert with the 11 students’ photos, but only gave the new page to the students whose photos were omitted. And that has the students’ parents saying the school has done too little to correct the problem. They insist the insert should have been distributed to all 600 students who purchased the yearbook, reports The Fresno Bee. To read more click here.

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