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Funding Special Education
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Funding Special Education
19th Annual Yearbook of the American Education Finance Association 1998

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December 1998 | 296 pages | Corwin
Contributes to a fuller incorporation of special education fiscal policy concerns into the mainsteam of the education finance literature and fiscal policy

Lou Danielson
Foreword
Thomas B Parrish and Cassandra M Guarino
Preface
 
PART ONE: FISCAL PROGRAM AND POLICY
Deborah A Verstegen
Civil Rights and Disability Policy
A Historical Perspective

 
Margaret J McLaughlin
Consolidating Categorical Educational Programs at the Local Level
Margaret E Goertz et al
What Will It Take? Including Students with Disabilities in Standards-Based Education Reform
Cor J W Meijer, Sip Jan Pijl and Sietske Waslander
Special Education Funding and Integration
Cases from Europe

 
 
PART TWO: METHODOLOGICAL AND POLICY PROFILES FROM THE STATES
Jay G Chambers
The Patterns of Expenditures on Students with Disabilities
A Methodological and Empirical Analysis

 
Robert E Feir
Special Education Finance in Pennsylvania
Hamilton Lankford and James Wyckoff
The Allocation of Resources to Special Education and Regular Instruction in New York State
Norm Fruchter, Thomas B Parrish and Robert Berne
Financing Special Education
Proposed Reforms in New York City

 
 
PART THREE: TRENDS AND NEW DEVELOPMENTS
Thomas B Parrish and Jean Wolman
Trends in Special Education Funding
What the States Report

 
Deborah A Verstegen
New Directions in Special Education Finance Litigation

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ISBN: 9780803966246
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