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Special Education: More Flexible Spending Requirement Could Mitigate Unintended Consequences While Protecting Services
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Jacqueline M. Nowicki (au)
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) provides federal support to school districts through grants to states for the excess cost of educating students with disabilities. The Department of Education is responsible for monitoring statesäó» oversight of district compliance with IDEA, including a maintenance of effort (MOE) requirement to ensure that special education spending generally is at least equal to the level spent the preceding year. A 2011 report found an estimated 24% of districts anticipated trouble meeting MOE. This report examined districtsäó» recents experiences with MOE, including: (1) the extent to which districts face challenges meeting MOE and why; (2) how MOE affects services for students with and without disabilities; and (3) how well Education and states facilitate school districtsäó» compliance with MOE. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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