Washington Post: Court Rules DC Underserves and Under Identifies Preschoolers with Disabilities

The DC government is appealing a May court decision that ruled the city isn’t providing adequate services for young children with special needs. The decision says the city must serve at least 8.5 percent of DC residents between the ages of 3 and 5.

Washington Post reporter Perry Stein asked Judith Sandalow, Children’s Law Center executive Director for her take.


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