San Francisco designates more funds for special education

10/14/2009 | Examiner, The

The San Francisco school district is boosting its special-education spending by $2 million to deal with the increasing number of students diagnosed with autism. One school board member said she hopes some money will be allocated for early intervention to help reduce the cost of special education in the long run. "If we spend the money now, it will help save money later," said Rachel Norton, who has a daughter with autism.

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