New York City Agrees To Expand Its Bilingual Special-Ed. Faculty

K. G.
September 1988
Education Week;9/7/1988, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p7
The article reports on the increase of the bilingual special-education teachers approved by the New York City Board of Education. This settlement of expansion of bilingual teachers under an agreement for a long-running class action will cost an estimated of more than 80 million dollars in which the board need to employ over 300 new bilingual teachers.


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