Delaware could change reporting of scores for students with disabilities

06/16/2006 | News Journal (Del.), The

The Delaware Board of Education is mulling a change that would allow school districts to report test scores of students with disabilities attending intensive learning centers with those centers, rather than reflecting them in their neighborhood school's results. While opponents fear the change will cause such students to be "warehoused" at special schools, proponents say the shift would highlight the need for students at learning centers to take an alternate state exam.

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