Ill. may scrap class-size caps for students with disabilities

02/28/2013 | Catalyst Chicago

Illinois lawmakers are seeking to lift class-size limits for students with disabilities. They say the move would offer more inclusive offerings for students, but opponents fear the changes will increase class sizes in special-education classrooms. The state Board of Education gave preliminary approval to the plan, but is now seeking public comment before moving forward.

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