NYC special education recovery services program to be scaled back this fall
In response to pandemic disruptions, New York City officials required every school to offer special education services last year outside regular hours to any family who wanted them.
But that won’t be the case this coming school year, education officials said. Instead, the education department is vowing to determine what extra instruction or therapies children may need on an “individual basis” — decisions that will be left to the teams that set students’ individualized education programs, also known as IEPs.
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