NH schools leave $10M unspent in special ed funds
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Over the past decade, New Hampshire school districts have left unspent more than $10 million in federal aid for special education, at a time when many school administrators complain that the crushing costs of special needs programs are challenging local budgets.

Education Commissioner Frank Edelblut is trying to work out a deal with the U.S. Department of Education to keep the money for special-needs programs in Granite State schools before it reverts to the federal treasury.

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