Some Minn. schools struggle under broader special-education rules

10/13/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Minnesota has adopted special-education rules that -- in many cases -- are broader than federal and other states' disability laws. Such laws have resulted in more students being eligible for special-education services and more schools in the state needing additional funding to provide the services. Some say consistent definitions and a better system of early interventions could help fix some of the current challenges.

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