Ala. granted waiver of special-education spending requirements

04/12/2011 | Birmingham News (Ala.), The

Alabama has been granted a federal waiver of its special-education spending requirements, allowing the state to spend $9.2 million less than last year on students with disabilities because of financial constraints. Federal education officials said they will monitor state schools to ensure they continue to meet standards associated with federal special-education law. Alabama is among eight states to request the federal waivers.

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