S.C. district receives mixed report on special education

Charleston, S.C., schools have improved their special-education programs, but more work remains, according to a new state report. State officials found some improvements are needed on parent notification and post-secondary goals for students, but they commended the district for its work in other areas, including employing educators with specialized training. "They've changed the way they are doing business in Charleston," said Michelle Bishop, interim director of the state's Office of Exceptional Children.

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