Ohio holds meetings statewide to gain input on special education

03/19/2010 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Ohio state officials have begun seeking input from parents on how they think the special-education system is working for their children. The opportunity is an addition to the state's review of school districts, resulting from a settlement last year that forced the Ohio Department of Education to strengthen oversight of special-education programs. Parents will get the chance to speak their minds at public meetings held throughout the state.

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