StateImpact Indiana: Fiscal Thing
by Kyle Stokes
December 5, 2012
Some Indiana school administrators are watching closely as Congressional leaders and the White House try to reach an agreement before a looming budget deadline. That’s because federal dollars underwrite services for special education students. Even if those dollars fall victim to the automatic spending cuts coming at year’s-end, the state and local districts still must fund those services somehow. StateImpact Indiana’s Kyle Stokes visited a unique special education program north of Fort Wayne to see what services federal dollars are currently helping to fund.
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