Majority of States Fall Short of Meeting Expectations for IDEA

Sharing this via  EdWeek and Christina Samuels.  This article cites some disappointing news around special education.

According to results on the National Assessment of Education Progress; 26 states, including the District of Columbia, do not meet the standards set forth by the Individuals with Disabilities Act.  This means that students are not scoring at or above the basic level in over half of the states in the US.

Check it out for yourself!



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