Tentative ruling gives Ohio authority over special services

07/20/2009 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

A partial agreement in an ongoing federal lawsuit has given Ohio's Department of Education oversight of special-education services in school districts. Until the tentative decision, Ohio was not following federal rules about keeping track of special-education programs and checking complaints. Special-education advocates say the settlement is welcome news for parents of children with disabilities, who now have an avenue for redress if they are unhappy with a local system's services.

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