Washington state districts sue over special-ed funding gap

10/1/2004 | Seattle Times, The · SeattlePI.com

A coalition of 11 Washington state schools filed a lawsuit against the state alleging the Legislature has not met its constitutional obligation to adequately fund special education. The schools say there is a gap of more than $100 million between how much special-education services cost and what the state provides each year.

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