Dayton streamlines special ed - Record Editorial
Cheers for a less paperwork: Special education teachers will be able to spend more time with students, and less at their desks or at home doing paperwork, thanks to a major effort by Minnesota Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius and the state Department of Education.
Gov. Mark Dayton praised the effort, saying the reduction will enable educators to spend much less time filling out forms and much more time in the classroom teaching children with special needs.
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