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Districts Must Pay for Special Ed. Tuition

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Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt has ordered three school districts to obey a law requiring districts to pay for private school tuition for special education students. The Union, Jenks, and Broken Arrow districts had refused to follow the law, claiming it was unconstitutional. Mr. Pruitt warned that he will take legal action if they don't comply.

Vol. 30, Issue 18, Page 5

Published in Print: January 26, 2011, as Districts Must Pay for Special Ed. Tuition
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