High court in Wash. state considers case of special-education funding

06/22/2010 | KPLU-FM (Tacoma, Wash.)

Washington state's Supreme Court is considering a case today that questions whether the state is spending enough money to educate its students who have special needs. A coalition of school districts has been suing the state for six years, accusing it of not allocating enough funding for schools to meet state special-education requirements. Lower courts have ruled in favor of the state.

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