Attention called to ESEA's impact on rural schools, special education:

Proposed changes to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act could harm schools in rural districts and should guarantee more resources for English-language learners and students with disabilities, a House panel was told. The superintendent of a small Delaware district said a shift toward competitive funding could be unfair to smaller, rural schools, which have fewer administrators to complete grant applications. Another administrator stressed the need for more funding for special-education services to deal with a rise in students needing such services.

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