Vermont seeks waiver to special-ed testing rule

07/7/2005 | Brattleboro Reformer (Vt.)

Vermont Education Commissioner Richard Cate has asked the U.S. Department of Education for a waiver to allow 3% of the state's severely disabled students to take alternative assessments, a move that would affect 1,600 children. In the past month, the federal government approved similar requests from Georgia, Virginia and Maryland, yet denied applications from Connecticut and California.

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