Saturday, November 19, 2011

Special-education rulings call for improvements in D.C. schools

A federal judge on Wednesday ruled that Washington, D.C., schools must make improvements to the way they identify, assess and educate preschool students with special needs. The ruling came after another judge Nov. 14 ruled that the district's special-education transportation system must remain under a transition period out of court supervision until Oct. 31, 2012. Both judges acknowledged some progress on the issues, but explained that more work is needed. The Washington Post/D.C. Schools Insider blog

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