A teacher works with him twice a week for an hour, but Harris wouldn’t call it schooling.
“Michael loves music, he loves to hear, and he loves for you to talk to him and things like that, but as far as testing him, or questioning him on what is an apple and a peach, what is the difference? Michael wouldn’t know what that is,” explained Harris.
Imagine the shock from Harris when she was told two months ago Michael would have to take a standardized assessment test, similar to the FCAT.
Florida law requires that all students take a version of the FCAT, though Stewart is trying to get that changed legislatively.
You can watch a News 13 video about Michael and Harris, with footage of them together, along with Roach and Stewart, by clicking here.
To understand the real horror of this situation, watch it.