Special education funding

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman recently delivered the first-ever “State of Special Education” address to the Arizona State Senate Education Committee. In her speech, she praised a proposal to increase special education funding by $50 million but recognized that more needs to be done. Hoffman talks about the issue.

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