Congress Rejects Special Education Increase

U.S. lawmakers rejected increases in federal education spending to cover budgetary shortfalls. At particular risk is spending for special education, which Republicans believe needs to be reformed before the federal government increases funding. Congress this year allocated 16% for states' special education costs, despite a 1975 federal law requiring 40%.

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