School district puts majority of stimulus funds into special education

09/11/2009 | WauwatosaNow.com (Wis.)

A Wisconsin school district that was allotted $2.2 million in federal stimulus funds for education has spent the majority of the money on improving services for children with special needs. The Wauwatosa school district has spent $1.62 million on special-education instructional materials. "We're approaching it as though it's an opportunity to do things we haven't been able to do in the past, and to do some things we'll be able to build on," said the district superintendent.

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