Education board could lift class-size cap for special education in Ill.

03/27/2013 | News-Gazette (Champaign-Urbana, Ill.), The

Several changes being considered by the Illinois Board of Education would have an effect on special education, including a proposal to lift class-size limits on self-contained special-education classrooms. The board, which currently is accepting public comment on the proposals, also is considering redefining a "general-education classroom" -- currently considered one that has at least 70% of students without special needs.

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