Special ed plan faulted

July 07, 1994

Three public schools run by a controversial private Minnesota company did not follow federal procedures for special education students and must file a corrective plan by Aug. 1, the state Department of Education announced yesterday.

Investigators found: Some students with disabilities were being included in mainstream classes without sufficient parental notice or consent; individualized programs for students with disabilities who are included in mainstream classes were not adequately implemented; evaluations of disabled students were not always completed in the required time period; and insufficient evidence of teacher participation in student placement decisions. Rodman and Browne elementaries and Harlem Park Middle were investigated.

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