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DOE's struggle against federal law is costly

By Larry Geller

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 19, 2012

~~<p>Readers need more essential information to understand the state Department of Education's role in providing schooling for special needs students.</p>
<p>Federal law requires the DOE to pay for tuition at private schools when it fails to provide special needs children with a &quot;free appropriate public education&quot; as defined by federal law.</p>
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Readers need more essential information to understand the state Department of Education's role in providing schooling for special needs students.

Federal law requires the DOE to pay for tuition at private schools when it fails to provide special needs children with a "free appropriate public education" as defined by federal law. Login for more...



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