U.S. Education Department unlikely to change disability-reporting rules

Despite state complaints about the amount of data schools must report about children with disabilities, the requirements are unlikely to change soon, federal officials say. "It does divert resources," said Mary N. Watson, who directs the exceptional-children division of the North Carolina Department of Education and presides over the National Association of State Directors of Special Education. "I had to hire a statistician, not a literacy coach."

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