TEA Passes Federal Status Report amid Changes in Special Education Services
WESLACO – The Texas Education Agency has passed a federal status report by the U.S. Department of Education.
TEA is revamping special education services in public schools following a 2016 federal investigation in which parents claimed students with disabilities were denied services.
The agency is spending $65 million to help teachers to deliver these services.
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