Monday, September 18, 2006

D.C. plan promotes more inclusion

Clifford B. Janey hopes to establish special-ed programs
for specific disabilities across the city.
(By Gerald Martineau -- The Washington Post)

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Washington, D.C.'s, just-released master schools proposal would move 2,000 students with disabilities out of roughly 100 private schools and four special-ed centers and back into district-run programs and regular classrooms at general-education schools. While district officials say the move would save costs and boost classroom resources, some parents worry the general schools won't be able to meet their children's needs. The Washington Post (free registration) (9/17)

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