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By Theresa Freed
August 15, 2010
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The Lawrence school district is falling behind federal standards for students with disabilities passing reading and math tests. District leaders are looking for ways to raise the scores.
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I am curious why Lawrence is falling behind federal standards for students with disabilities when KU has one of the leading special education departments in the nation.
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