Friday, May 16, 2008

D.C. schools to try alternative resolutions to special education cases

After trying for two years to reduce a backlog of special education cases, Washington, D.C., schools will use alternative dispute resolution. "To me, it is a hell of a good approach to systemic, deep-seated problems," said Peter J. Nickles, the interim D.C. attorney general. "Why spend your time in court, where you're losing sight of the kids?" Education Week (premium article access compliments of

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