Mass. districts create more in-house special-education programs

04/24/2014 | Patriot Ledger (Quincy, Mass.), The

More school districts in Massachusetts are creating in-house special-education programs to help manage rising costs, which have increased 17% statewide over nine years. Educators in schools with such programs say the move provides savings, but it also helps students with disabilities stay in school-based programs with their peers. "We figure out what they need and then figure out how to fund it," said Jeffrey Rubin, a special-education director.

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