Md. groups object to guidance on special-education spending

09/23/2011 | Education Week

A coalition of 16 disability advocacy groups in Maryland sent a letter to the state's congressional delegation objecting to recent guidance by federal officials allowing school districts to reduce spending from year to year on special education. Districts permitted to reduce spending one year should not be allowed to maintain the lower spending with impunity, the groups argue, and they are requesting that federal officials reverse their position.

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