Saturday, June 23, 2007

41 states fail to meet IDEA requirements

Four out of five U.S. states are falling short of Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requirements, the U.S. Education Department says. The first-ever federal report cards found nine states were in full compliance: Alaska, Connecticut, Hawaii, Michigan, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia and Wyoming. Easing the transition from school to college or the work force was a common trouble spot. San Diego Union-Tribune/Associated Press

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