Educators: Private placements are unlikely to boom after ruling

06/24/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Some Ohio educators doubt that Monday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling expanding when public schools must pay for private special education will burden the state's schools. A spokesman for the Ohio Department of Education said most parents must first show that their public schools are failing to provide adequate special services. "We don't expect this to open any kind of floodgate," he said.

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