Idaho urges district to offer intervention to Native American students

01/29/2009 | Olympian (Olympia, Wash.), The

Idaho's education department has chastised a southeastern school district for labeling too many Native American students as disabled. The students likely have basic learning differences due to poverty and cultural differences, not true disabilities, according to a state letter that demands the district use $368,000 of its special-education budget to better help the students.

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