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  • Students in need of help not getting it, complaint says

    Apr 10, 2013

    04.08.2013 | WABC-TV Eyewitness News | Art McFarland reports on the complaint filed by AFC against the NYC Department of Education for its failure to provide students with disabilities necessary behavioral supports as mandated by law. “The schools were not providing the appropriate behavioral supports,” Rebecca Shore said. Shore is an attorney for Advocates for Children, which has filed the complaint. The group points out that as student suspensions for last school year totaled 69,643. Disabled students suspended made up more than 32 per cent of that number, even though disabled students are only 12 per cent of the citywide student population. Read article