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Pallas in Chalkbeat on DOE Private School Fees for Kids with Disabilities

Aaron Pallas spoke to Chalkbeat about DOE records on private school fee payments for children with disabilities: 

"Aaron Pallas, a professor at Teachers College, expressed some skepticism [about the DOE's refusal to provide demographic breakdowns — including socioeconomic status — of students with disabilities whose private school tuition is paid for by the city]. “You would think the department would want to demonstrate the effects of the policy change,” he said. “One is always suspicious that an agency refuses what seems to be a reasonable request because they won’t like the interpretation of the records.”'

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Published Friday, Oct. 28, 2016

Pallas in Chalkbeat on DOE Private School Fees for Kids with Disabilities

Aaron Pallas spoke to Chalkbeat about DOE records on private school fee payments for children with disabilities: 

"Aaron Pallas, a professor at Teachers College, expressed some skepticism [about the DOE's refusal to provide demographic breakdowns — including socioeconomic status — of students with disabilities whose private school tuition is paid for by the city]. “You would think the department would want to demonstrate the effects of the policy change,” he said. “One is always suspicious that an agency refuses what seems to be a reasonable request because they won’t like the interpretation of the records.”'

Read the full article here.

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