By: Larry Charny (NY) Communications Committee
Information on Special Education, Medicaid and their points of intersection are dynamic and complex. This column, In the Media, provides a portal to the most recent information, from a variety of news outlets, covering a wide range of issues relevant to members of NAME. Yesterday's information provides context; today's information prepares you for tomorrow. Here are links to some articles we think will be of interest to you:
Charter Schools Serving Fewer Students With Disabilities
Ohio gets $10M for Medicaid training - Money will go to 6 Ohio universities to improve health outcomes
- Health care professionals at the schools, hospitals, clinics and community-based sites will learn to work together to coordinate patient care.
Education Budget Basics for Next Year (NY)
- The city wants to do a better job of submitting claims to Medicaid, after failing to collect tens of millions of dollars in years past.
NY State: East Ramapo owes $186G for Medicaid special-education overpayments
Deep cuts to Oakland schools' special education programs, made in the last week of school, blindside teachers and families
- The Oakland school district's special-education programs will take a $4.3 million hit next school year under a plan to fix a multimillion-dollar budget shortfall discovered just a month ago.
Marlborough council avoids school budget cut (MA)