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Special education policies in Mass. reviewed - Boston.com
Low-income school districts are most likely to place students in special education programs for mild and sometimes questionable disabilities, a practice that has swelled the state’s special education population to one of the highest rates in the nation, according to a first-of-a-kind study commissioned by the state.
MA  specialed  overidentification  class 
april 2012 by nara.nayar
Education Week: 13 percent of Oregon students in special education
Almost 85,000 kids — 13.3 percent of the overall student population — are in special education programs, an increase of 2,727 students from three years ago, according to statistics released Wednesday by the state Department of Education. A separate report from the agency showed that only 42 percent of the special education students statewide in 2009-10 graduated from high school in four years with a regular diploma — well below the 65 percent target set by the state.
overidentification  oregon  specialed 
april 2012 by nara.nayar

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