Delayed action on automatic cuts could hurt special education

02/19/2013 | Disability Scoop

Congress is on a break this week without a deal on the horizon to avoid automatic cuts to various federal programs, including special education. School districts are planning next year's programs now and risk making cuts that would be hard to reverse, says Lindsay Jones, senior director for policy and advocacy at the Council for Exceptional Children. "Schools will be forced to make choices that are not being made based on what's best for students," Jones said.

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