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TEA releases plan to reform special education

Friday, January 19, 2018  
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(Texas Tribune) The Texas Education Agency released a preliminary plan for reforming special education, addressing federal concerns about the state's failure to serve students with disabilities.


In the plan, the TEA addresses federal concerns about Texas' failure to serve students with disabilities, in part by proposing to hire state-level teams to support school districts in improving conditions for special-needs students and monitor those that are doing especially poorly. The plan will cost an estimated $84.5 million over the next five to six years. More...

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