Ruling puts N.M. at risk of losing special-ed funds

05/15/2014 | Albuquerque Journal (N.M.) (free content)

New Mexico could lose $34 million in federal special-education funding after a federal judge ruled that the state legally should not have reduced funding in 2011. New Mexico received a waiver for its cuts in 2010, but not for 2011, when the state again reduced funding and violated the "maintenance of effort" obligation to receive the federal funds. The state continues to pursue a waiver, and U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan can overturn the ruling.

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