Baltimore must continue to build on special-education success

03/10/2010 | Sun (Baltimore), The

The editorial board of the Baltimore Sun lauds the efforts of Baltimore schools chief Andres Alonso -- a former teacher of students with special needs -- and other district officials and educators for making strides in improving special education and helping to effect the preliminary settlement of a 26-year-old lawsuit against the district. The city must not become complacent, the board writes, but instead must work to ensure that students' academic performance continues to improve.

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