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  • Early snafus in special ed reform?

    Sep 11, 2012

    9.06.2012 | | The aim of the special education reform–being rolled out in all schools this year–is to educate special needs children in the least restrictive settings possible, and, preferably, in their neighborhood schools. Is that what’s actually happening? Not in all schools, according to Advocates for Children. Before school started, the group heard from 40 parents of incoming kindergarten students with disabilities whose zoned schools could not provide the type of class or services that the child needed. According to a statement issued by Advocates for Children, some schools are just not ready to accommodate all special needs students. Read article