Pa. educator and advocate for students with disabilities dies

11/16/2009 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Neal V. Musmanno, a former Pennsylvania education official who advocated for students with disabilities died Friday at the age of 95. During Musmanno's tenure as deputy education secretary under five Pennsylvania governors, he worked closely with schools for students with disabilities and was instrumental in developing the state's special-education department. Musmanno is also credited with the use of the word "exceptional" instead of "handicapped" in state laws.

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