Friday, July 21, 2006

D.C. auditors find problems with special-ed data

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Shoddy record keeping by both Washington, D.C.'s, Child and Family Services Agency and the school system made it almost impossible to determine many foster children were in special education this past school year, reports the D.C. Office of the Inspector General. Schools chief Clifford B. Janey responded that inaccurate data from CFSA impaired the school system's ability to verify annual enrollment and residency. The Washington Times (free registration) (7/19)

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