How are students with disabilities faring in New Orleans schools?

11/16/2011 | National Public Radio

Many students in New Orleans attend the city's charter schools created in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, but some question whether the new charters are serving enough students with special needs. Some parents have joined a class-action lawsuit against the state education department. Education officials say overall achievement among students in special education has improved since the charters were created and reforms are under way.

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