How to bring N.J. to the forefront of special-education reform

08/2/2010 | Times (Trenton, N.J.), The

Rutgers University special-education professor Stanley Vitello argues in this opinion article for changes to New Jersey's special-education policy that he says would both reduce costs and ensure that students receive a quality education. Providing universal preschool and educating more students in their local public schools are among the changes Vitello supports.

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