A Serious Misunderstanding About Special Education and Discipline Problems

With the intention to bring awareness to racial inequity, over classification, and meeting quotas, apparently educators made some difficult decisions following the Obama-era rule on racial disparities in special education. Instead of taking stock of each school's classification process and causes and purpose, according to this Jason L. Riley's editorial in the WSJ, some districts turned away from questioning themselves and analyzing the results of their actions in order to protect their funding.  Read more...

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