Budget woes prompt special-education cuts in Okla. district

06/14/2011 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

State funding cuts and dwindling federal stimulus money are causing school officials in Tulsa, Okla., to cut $4.2 million from the district's special-education budget. The cuts will involve the elimination of 65 special-education employees and a decrease of $1.3 million for outside mental-health counseling services for students.

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