Special-education supporters say system too often comes up short

Oct. 16, 2009
Districts fail to provide proper services, even in the face of court orders

From The Chicago Tribune: Parents of special-education students and disability advocates say the system is broken. Too often, educational plans fail to provide proper services to students with disabilities, districts do a poor job of monitoring of how special education students are progressing, and parents face roadblocks to secure services even when they prevail over the district in court.

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