NYC busing plan worries some parents of students with disabilities

01/29/2013 | Daily News (New York)

Some parents say they fear their children who have disabilities will be neglected or bullied if New York City officials go through with a plan to allow bus companies to transport their children while transporting students who are from general-education settings. The proposal is part of the city's overhaul of its bus contracts and ongoing negotiations in the bus-driver strike. City officials said students who need specialized transportation would continue to receive the service.

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