Panel: Hartford's special-education system needs fixing

02/10/2009 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

The Hartford, Conn., school system needs to better train its special-education teachers, disburse funds more wisely and get parents more involved if it hopes to fix its "dysfunctional" special-education system, according to the district's special-education task force. "If we can tackle this, and if we can implement this plan, we are just one step closer to closing the achievement gap," said Milly Arcienegas, president of the PTO presidents council.

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