LA schools grow more inclusive, but at what cost?

Aired: 3/1/2016 | 0:09:13 | Clip
The Los Angeles school system has come far in the last ten years, especially in terms of inclusivity. In 2003, only 54 percent of LA’s disabled students were taught alongside their nondisabled peers; today, it’s more than 90 percent. But some parents worry that general education schools won’t provide the specialized attention their children require. John Tulenko of Education Week reports.