Charter schools in New York City enroll disproportionately fewer students with severe disabilities that require them to be taught in special classes, according to data. Legislation approved by the state Senate and under consideration by the Assembly would require the state's charters to enroll more students with special needs, but some say it would not correct the imbalance. "The bill clearly has many loopholes in it," city teachers union President Michael Mulgrew said.

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