Monday, December 03, 2007

Tutors, inclusion help Long Island reduce special-education rate

Intense tutoring and other services are being used to mainstream more Long Island children with special needs, reducing the percentage of students in special-education to 11.71%. That counters the statewide New York trend where special-education numbers have grown to 12.18%, but some parents worry that children are missing out on vital special-education services. Newsday (Long Island, N.Y.)

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