Wyoming is set to adopt changes to special-education laws

Wyoming officials are set to make permanent a series of changes to the state's special-education laws that provide for all such students to receive Individualized Education Plans and that allow parents the discretion to remove their children from special-education programs. The proposed changes align Wyoming special-education law with revisions made in December 2008 to the federal Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act.

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