N.J. districts see many benefits of in-house special education

A growing number of school districts in New Jersey are creating in-district special-education programs, in part, to reduce the cost of sending students to expensive out-of-district programs. Some parents and advocates are concerned that the new programs may lack the quality of out-of-district placements, but education officials say their programs have additional benefits associated with inclusion and keeping students with special needs in neighborhood schools.

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