Why special-education budget reform is urgently needed in New Jersey

07/11/2010 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

New Jersey is unlikely to make an exemption to property tax limits to pay for unexpected increases in special-education costs, and lawmakers should make reducing these costs a priority, writes the editorial board of the Star-Ledger in Newark. The writers are calling for legislative hearings to develop reforms that, among other things, provide incentives for school districts to create programs for educating students with disabilities while continuing to work with private schools to reduce tuition for out-of-district placements.

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