Stimulus helps district improve special education for the long-term

11/15/2009 | Wicked Local

A Massachusetts school district plans to use about $200,000 in federal stimulus money to make long-term improvements to special-education programs. District officials say they plan to acquire equipment, offer training in new assistive technology, provide language-based instruction for students with learning disabilities and provide transition planning for students with special needs who are graduating. Officials said the funds will also allow them to hire for new special-education positions.

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