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Black and Hispanic students otherwise similar to white students in reading are underenrolled in special education, says a study that runs counter to accepted wisdom and federal policy.


A new law creates a streamlined path for instructional aides, who already have deep experience working with students with disabilities, to gain teaching credentials.


Black and Hispanic children are not receiving speech and language therapy at the same rate as similar white peers, which could set them up for academic problems later on, says new research.


The city's school district is accused of shirking its responsibility to provide necessary therapy to students by requiring some parents to find providers on their own.


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