Concord Academy offers individualized learning for students with disabilities

By Published: May 11, 2019 12:37 PM CT
<strong>Transitions teacher Elizabeth Posey helps Concord Academy senior Jake Bowman with reading. The school, which focuses on students with disabilities,&nbsp;<span>has 57 students enrolled and serves students in sixth through 12th grade. It’</span>s small by design and is housed in Mullins United Methodist Church at Walnut Grove and Mendenhall Road, but it is not affiliated with the church.&nbsp;</strong> (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

Transitions teacher Elizabeth Posey helps Concord Academy senior Jake Bowman with reading. The school, which focuses on students with disabilities, has 57 students enrolled and serves students in sixth through 12th grade. It’s small by design and is housed in Mullins United Methodist Church at Walnut Grove and Mendenhall Road, but it is not affiliated with the church.  (Jim Weber/Daily Memphian)

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