Parents say special education in Wisconsin district lacks stability

01/24/2010 | Oshkosh Northwestern (Wis.)

Parents of students in special-education programs in Oshkosh, Wis., are critical of the way their district has children with special needs change schools frequently and often funnels them into different schools than their peers. Plans to stabilize special-education programs -- and cut costs -- by consolidating schools are drawing criticism from parents who favor smaller neighborhood schools over consolidation, but district officials say improved program stability may outweigh the need for smaller schools.

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