Is oversight lacking in Ohio voucher program for students with autism?

10/18/2010 | Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio)

Investigators from the Ohio Department of Education have found problems with the state's Autistic Scholarship Program, which enables parents to send their children to private schools with state aid. In several cases, investigators have found poor record-keeping among service providers, overbilling and the use of staff that are not qualified. Since being created in 2004, the program has grown from 300 to 1,672 enrollees.

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