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  • NYC students see uptick in delays on special ed evaluations, violating legal timeframes

    Nov 4, 2019

    11.01.2019 | Chalkbeat NY | Kim Sweet, director for the nonprofit Advocates for Children, credited the DOE for providing a higher number of students with their mandated services.

    “We are nevertheless dismayed that more than 15% of students with disabilities — a total [of] 28,960 children, more than the total enrollment of the Yonkers public schools — still did not fully receive the instruction to which they are legally entitled,” she said. Read article