Review of policy over students with special needs is under way in Mass.

10/19/2009 | Sun (Lowell, Mass.), The

A Massachusetts legislative committee is set to review a bill that would allow for more localized control over the educational placement of students with special needs who are in state custody. Proponents of the bill say it would save local school districts hundreds of thousands of dollars statewide. Under current state law, if a student is placed in state custody and sent to an out-of-district school, the original district must assume the cost of tuition.

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