Legal Fight Over Spec. Ed. in Baltimore Enters New Phase
In 21-year-old suit, judge OKs plan for state-appointed administrators to intervene.
In 21-year-old suit, judge OKs plan for state-appointed administrators to intervene
After more than two decades of court battles over problems in the Baltimore city school system’s special education department, the district and the state of Maryland have embarked on a far-reaching intervention effort.
Under a federal judge’s order, Maryland has selected nine administrators from school districts around the state to work directly with the Baltimore district in personnel, information technology, guidance, and transportation, among other departments. The five-year effort, at $1.4 million a year, is to be paid for with...
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