There is money in special education

Dyscalculia: News from the web:

Many charter schools do enroll special education students, some even actively seek out special needs students, and they are paid a premium to do so — $26,197.24 for a special-education student versus $8,327.35 for a regular-education student. However, some charters have been known to only enroll students with less severe disabilities and require less services, than students whose disabilities are more severe or are costly to accommodate.

However lately practices surface where special education children are being refused based on their disability apparenlty. Investigations are ongoing

Read all about it: HERE

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