Stimulus funds boost options for children with special needs

08/3/2009 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

School districts in New Jersey are laying out plans to apply $609 million in federal stimulus funds to programs for students with special needs and those from low-income families. "These are far more resources than we ever had," said state Deputy Education Commissioner Willa Spicer. "This is a great hope for kids who need help." Some worry, however, about what will happen when the stimulus money dries up.

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