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Higher Spending Associated with Higher Rates of Special-Education Identification – by Michael J. Petrilli

Higher Spending Associated with Higher Rates of Special-Education Identification – by Michael J. Petrilli. A few weeks ago, we at Fordham released a short analysis, Shifting Trends in Special Education. We noticed that some states, like Massachusetts and New York, identified almost twice as many students as needing special education as those in other states,…

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