Mass. district addresses high number of students in special education

10/20/2009 | Salem News (Mass.), The

Schools in Salem, Mass., should provide more support for struggling students and devise better methods for assessing students for special education, say education consultants charged with helping the district understand why nearly a quarter of its students are in special education. "Many people struggle but they're not necessarily disabled," said one of the consultants. District officials said many of the consultants' recommended initiatives are under way.

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