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  • City Council members to push city to release more special-ed stats

    Oct 23, 2014

    10.22.2014 | Chalkbeat New York | Advocates for Children of New York Executive Director Kim Sweet said her organization would lend its support to the bill, which she said could spur improvements to services for city students, when it is discussed next week. “We will be testifying in support of the effort to make public the delays in service provision and to hold the DOE accountable for those delays,” Sweet said. Read article