N.M. to appeal potential $93M loss in federal special-education grants

01/30/2013 | Santa Fe New Mexican, The

New Mexico could lose up to $93 million in future special-education funds because of spending reductions made in programs that received federal grants. State education officials contend the funding reductions were lower than the figures being used by U.S. Department of Education officials and that some cuts were because of reduced use of services, such as hiring newer teachers at lower salaries to replace retirees. The state will appeal the rejection of its spending waiver.

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