Report: NYC special-education programs highly segregated

04/24/2009 | Disability Scoop · New York Daily News

More than 90% of students receiving alternative diplomas in New York City special-education programs are black or Hispanic, according to a report from a New York City advocacy group. Boys from those groups also are more likely to be placed in classrooms that are not mainstreamed; in these types of classrooms, the graduation rate is less than 5%, compared with about 20% for all New York City children with disabilities, the report says.

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