Eighth-grader Bobby Cavanaugh, who is visually impaired, missed one of his favorite classes and was late for his most difficult one every day for the first week and a half of school when his bus was late. Bobby's parents say that has happened for eight years, and they're organizing with other special-education parents to address that and other problems they see. "Transportation is just the tip of the iceberg," said Bobby's mother, Diane Cavanaugh. "Special education gets the short stick."

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