New regulations make it easier for districts to use Medicaid funds

02/12/2013 | Education Week

The U.S. Department of Education has released regulations -- effective March 18 -- that will require school districts to get permission from parents only once to be able to seek reimbursement from Medicaid for some therapeutic services, such as occupational and speech therapy, reporter Christina A. Samuels writes in this blog post. Previously, school districts would need a parent's signature each time they submitted a claim to Medicaid.

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