Valley Morning Star: A federal investigation found the state failed to educate thousands of students by not identifying disabilities. A 42-page draft plan suggests ways to improve the identification process and add a monitoring system that would focus on student improvement, rather than meeting minimum expectations. But it lacks a way to pay for all this, something that several speakers brought up on April 12 during the Edinburg hearing.
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