7/9/2010

The South Central Kansas Special Education Cooperative, which includes 15 school districts, is meeting with federal officials concerning Medicaid cuts that officials say could hamper their ability to provide federally mandated services to students with disabilities. Special-education programs throughout Kansas stand to lose almost $9 million because of cuts to Medicaid payments that pay for aides, nurses and paraprofessionals for students with severe disabilities.

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