This chapter focuses on the general perceptions of parents, teachers, and administrators about the Canford Program. First, it discusses the reasons why parents chose to send their children to Arbor Town schools. It then describes how the Arbor Town administrators view the program as well. Finally, the chapter discusses why teachers are relatively uninformed about the program and its participants.
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