Report: Milwaukee schools are making progress on special education

Milwaukee Public Schools are making progress toward the better identification and education of students with special needs, a new review finds. The district, which is under a court order to improve, was recognized for a new literacy plan and periodic assessments that help identify struggling students. Funding cuts, fewer teachers and increased class sizes could impede further progress toward the district's goals, the report warned.

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