Virginia backs down on special ed proposals

09/12/2008 | Richmond Times-Dispatch (Va.)

Billy K. Cannaday Jr., Virginia's superintendent of public instruction, said today that after more than 77,000 people commented on two proposed revisions to the state's special education policies, the education department will scrap them completely. The policies would have allowed schools to end special education services without parents' consent and revise the structure of due process hearings.

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