Navajo Nation’s only special-needs school has been praying for a miracle — it’s getting one

| April 11, 2017

By  • theblaze

There’s nothing ordinary about St. Michael’s Association for Special Education. It’s the only special-needs school serving school-aged students on the Navajo Reservation, which covers so much land that if it were a state, it would be the 10th largest in America. The school, a private nonprofit founded by a Catholic nun who also served as a nurse on the reservation, is located in the Navajo Nation’s capital, Window Rock, Arizona. Some of its students travel as far as 200 miles to attend. Some even board overnight during the week.

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