Government seeks delay of Obama rule on race in special ed
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Education Department is seeking to delay an Obama-era rule meant to counter racial disparities in special education.
In December 2016, the Obama administration issued a rule that required states to intervene if their districts were identifying minority students as having disabilities at significantly higher rates than their white peers. The rule was to take effect in July 2018.
Department Press Secretary Liz Hill says that given the feedback the agency has recei...