What are the long-term effects of sequestration on special education?

Districts nationwide are taking steps to adjust to the $600 million cut to special-education funding under sequestration. While these efforts, which have included slashing funding for assistive technology and professional development, have helped offset the immediate effects, some say districts could face new challenges in the long term, including competition between special and generation education for funding.

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