Virginia college wins grant to train more special-education teachers

A $100,000 federal grant -- renewable for each of the next four years -- will be used for one Virginia college's "Preparing Inclusive Educators" project, aimed at enrolling more students in the university's three master's programs for special-education professionals. The grant money will also be used to help foster collaboration with local schools and mentoring for new special-education teachers.

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