Conn. district takes steps to improve special education

09/13/2012 | DailyVoice.com

A Connecticut school district has hired five new special-education teachers and is eliminating the positions of 10 aides as part of efforts to improve special-education instruction. Officials said the move, made at no cost to the district, is meant to reduce teacher caseloads and allow teachers to spend more time with their students.

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