Stimulus used for jobs, not special-needs programs, in Sacramento area

02/22/2010 | Sacramento Bee (Calif.) (free registration), The

Federal stimulus money has paid for a new school for students with autism as well as new programs for students with special needs at three other schools in the area of Sacramento, Calif. But a newspaper analysis shows that such expenditures are rare, with many districts using federal funds earmarked for special education to help pay salaries of teachers who may still lose their jobs because of state budget cuts.

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