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Traditional Schools May Be Serving A Disproportionate Number Of Special Needs Students

    Special needs students are less likely than their peers to attend charter schools or take advantage of voucher programs, writes Christina Hoag for the Associated Press:

    The high cost of educating students with special needs is disproportionately falling on traditional public schools as other students increasingly opt for alternatives that aren’t always readily open to those requiring special education.

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