Will budget woes halt progress for L.A. students with disabilities?

04/29/2010 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Parents of students with disabilities are worried that cuts to special-education programs in Los Angeles schools will turn back the clock on progress toward equal education for their children. A consolidation plan that would lead to larger class sizes and the funneling of more students out of mainstream programs were among the concerns of parents who attended a hearing Thursday at the school district's headquarters.

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