North Carolina drops special-education goals requirement

11/2/2007 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

North Carolina's state board on Thursday approved new special-education guidelines that make setting short-term goals optional for all but children with the most severe disabilities. Educators say the move will cut back on paperwork and allow them to focus more on the children, but some parents fear the change will hurt their children academically.

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