Local Massachusetts leaders say their cash-strapped communities don't have the funds to pick up $13.5 million in special education funding cut by the state this year. "What's frustrating is, in special education, we can't say, 'I'm sorry, we've run out of money this year. You'll have to wait until next year,'" said Linda B. Stapp, who directs pupil services in Winchester, Mass.

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