Monday, July 25, 2005

Bad Grades

The Los Angeles Unified School District earned poor marks Friday in its ongoing effort to reform special education programs, with an independent court monitor reporting that he doubted the district would make all mandated improvements by next summer's deadline.Among other criticisms, monitor Carl Cohn reported that the district was lagging in its efforts to integrate special education students into the general school population and that the district had completed only a tiny percentage of renovation projects intended to provide "handicapped access" for children with disabilities.


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