Special Education Consortia

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Special Education consortia enable schools to manage financial risk through a risk pool, and save money by jointly employing qualified special education personnel. In addition, participating in a consortium provides a valuable opportunity to develop and share best practices - paving the way for reduced costs and increased effectiveness in service delivery.

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