Federal rule sets penalties for inadequate special-education funding

03/26/2013 | Disability Scoop

States that fail to maintain or increase special-education funding from year to year may lose out on federal funds under a new rule that clarifies penalties for decreasing funding without federal permission. The rule also allows redistribution of funds withheld from noncompliant states.

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