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Comptroller's audit finds lax supervision of special education

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The state Education Department has no process in place to routinely review the private contractors who charge hundreds of millions of dollars to provide special education services to disabled students and has not done any onsite audits of individual providers in five years, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli said today. A review found that other fiscal oversight is limited to desk reviews of self-reported information, which is often filed late and rife with error, said DiNapoli, ...

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