By Kevin Kuzma, Online Editor
We were standing at an interior window, looking in on them like they were newborn babies.
“These are Ability to Benefit students,” the campus president said.
He had led us through the first two floors of the building and we’d just begun touring the third. The campus has a hospital feel – polished floors, long rectangular windows with tiny square patterns in them, gurneys pushed up against the walls, an x-ray machine, and skeletons hanging at the front of several classrooms.
Their test began about four o’clock. The students were seated around three long tables arranged in a U-shape. At the front of the classroom, the test moderator sat at a small...