States sidestep NCLB reporting requirements for disabled students

08/30/2004 | NYTimes.com

As some states and districts exclude special-education programs and disabled students' scores from their school progress reports, frustrated advocates fear NCLB's disclosure requirements are being eroded. State officials rebut the charge they're deliberately shortchanging disabled students by saying the new law's reporting provisions were too hard to meet initially.

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