Chicago schools segregate special ed students, report finds

02/10/2004 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The Illinois State Board of Education issued a report last week finding that none of the 49 Chicago schools it surveyed in 2002-2003 had placed disabled students in the "least restrictive environment" appropriate. The Board threatened to take control of the district's federal special education funds next school year if the problems weren't fixed within two months.

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