Ohio group says budget would hurt special education

An Ohio special-education advocacy group says the governor's proposed budget might leave some students with special needs without important services because it relies too heavily on education stimulus funds. The proposal fails to account for extra time needed to teach students with learning disabilities, the Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities said Monday.

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