Schools in San Francisco should be educating more students with disabilities in inclusive settings, according to a report by the city's school board. The report also said the city's approach of separating students with special needs is "outdated" and noted a disproportionate number of black students in special education. "This is not a special-education issue," a district official said. "But it's a districtwide instructional issue."

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