Beth Swanson, who runs the CPS tutoring program among other things, is quoted towards the end of this weekend's NYT article (Tutor Program Offered by Law Is Going Unused) calling out private providers for not wanting to serve special ed, bilingual, and other special needs students: "Typically, we do see that providers opt not to serve
those populations, and likely because they don't have the materials, expertise
or resources to do so." Go, Beth.
For what the NYT article left out, see my other post: Struggle Between SES Providers and School Districts Muted By USDE Turnaround on In-House Tutoring.
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