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  • Special ed reform backfires for some kids

    Mar 7, 2014

    03.06.2014 | Insideschools | Maggie Moroff, a lawyer for Advocates for Children who represents Caleb, says many schools no longer offer self-contained classes, either because they lack the resources or because they are confused about what the reform actually requires. “I think the case illustrates how complicated things can get under the special education reform — where schools are being asked to meet the needs of students who require more than some of the schools are prepared to provide.” Read article