Mich. district's budget woes cause special-education layoffs

12/20/2010 | WILX-TV (Lansing/Jackson, Mich.)

Budget shortages have officials with Michigan's Lansing School District planning to lay off 25 teachers, more than half of whom work in special education. Some parents say larger classes and the reduction of one-on-one instruction will have a negative impact on the district's most vulnerable students. However, the superintendent said cuts to special education can occur without affecting services.

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