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  • More students with disabilities got required services last year, but large gaps remain

    Nov 2, 2017

    11.01.2017 | Chalkbeat New York | Advocates acknowledged that the data shows more students receiving all of their services. But that still leaves over 48,000 students, or 27 percent, getting partial support or none at all, the advocates noted. “That’s really significant,” said Maggie Moroff, a disability policy expert at Advocates for Children. “That’s an entire school district somewhere else.” Read article