D.C. is poised to oversee transportation of students with disabilities

11/12/2012 | Education Week

Washington, D.C., public schools will learn in December whether they no longer will need federal oversight in the transportation of students with disabilities. The District's school system lost control of its program because of a federal lawsuit filed in 1995, but officials say the system has met 33 out of 34 performance measures since it gained tentative control two years ago.

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