Pennsylvania Legislature considers reforming special-education funding

05/1/2009 | Intelligencer Journal (Lancaster, Pa.)

Pennsylvania schools would receive special-education funds based on their needs rather than on a pre-established formula under a bill introduced in the state House. A 2007 report recommended the change to the state's 18-year-old special-education finance system, which is based on only 16% of the student body in a given school having special needs.

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