Australia makes investment in students with special needs

01/24/2012 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

About one quarter of the federal funds provided to improve resources for students with disabilities will go to train teachers. The money -- about $48 million over two years -- can be spent on technical aids, teacher training or more staff. Officials say the funding will help schools develop the skills of students with special needs.

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