How will state budget cuts affect Ill. students with special needs?

06/17/2010 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Statewide budget cuts are threatening the quality of education for Illinois students with special needs, some disability advocates say. Larger class sizes, general-education placements without special-education supports, and delayed or fewer evaluations of students for special-education services are among the advocates' concerns.

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