D.C. schools make some improvements in special-education systems

01/6/2011 | Washington Post, The

A court-appointed evaluation team determined that schools in Washington, D.C., have improved their systems for serving students with special needs, but they need to do more to meet the standard outlined in a 2006 legal settlement. Areas where improvement was found include the tracking and management of special-education cases. However, the system places an undue burden on students' families and often closes cases without providing promised services, the evaluators found.

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