Massachusetts regulators received 95 reports of alleged abuse and neglect at residential special education schools since July 1, according to the state’s Department of Early Education and Care.
Top Massachusetts education officials are scheduled to testify at a hearing focusing on questions of abuse, neglect and taxpayer funding of the state’s private special educational schools.
Payments from the Chamberlain International School to entities controlled by its executive director raise questions of whether he uses the nonprofit for personal gain or misspends public funds.
Lawmaker will reach out to regulators to learn more about oversight of private schools funded with taxpayer dollars.
Special-education institution has been investigated and sued many times.