Post-secondary planning found lacking for students with special needs

11/14/2011 | Voice of San Diego

Schools in San Diego County, Calif., need to do more to ensure that students with special needs are prepared for the post-secondary world of jobs and education, according to a new report commissioned by the school district. The report analyzed the district's plans for about 1,200 students in special education and found that 95% lacked appropriate goals for independent living after high school, while 40 students had no documented goals, in violation of federal requirements.

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