Arizona state test a huge hurdle for special ed students

Last spring, nearly every Arizona high school junior in special education failed the state assessment, a requirement for graduation. To help more disabled students earn their diplomas, State Superintendent Tom Horne is pursuing a number of policy changes, including getting federal approval for another alternative exam and requesting $10 million more from the legislature for tutoring.

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