Special Education Penalty Won't Continue for South Carolina
South Carolina schools chief Mick Zais says congressional action averted the continuation of a $36 million federal punishment over special education spending.
A clause inserted in a stopgap spending bill given final approval Thursday by the U.S. House repeals the penalty slated to continue perpetually.
Zais praised Congress, particularly South Carolina's delegation, as hearing his...
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