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100,000 NYC students with disabilities are entitled to classes with two teachers. Will the city be able to staff them?

08.12.2020 | Chalkbeat New York | As students are spread out between in-person and remote learning, schools may be tempted to move some teachers out of staff-intensive ICT classes, said Maggie Moroff, a disability policy expert at Advocates for Children.

“The easy way out is to have the special education teacher teach the students with [disabilities] and have the general education teacher teach everyone else,” Moroff said. “If you have an ICT class and the kids are not learning side by side with all the other kids in the class then they’re getting segregated special ed even if it’s called ICT.” Read article