Study: Students in special-ed kept out of small N.Y. high schools

10/13/2006 | New York Sun, The

Students in special-education represent only 7.5% of the enrollment at New York City small high schools offering special-ed classes, while they constitute 10.7% at other high schools, finds a study by Parents for Inclusive Education. The report found that although small schools are supposed to offer a full array of special-ed services after two years, some were not doing so after three years. The Department of Education says it is continuing to build capacity in the schools.

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