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Schools say early help puts dent in special needs

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ST. PAUL (AP) — A growing number of school leaders in the Twin Cities are making a push to spend more wisely on education, and they’re turning to programs that assess students early and provide one-on-one intervention to help students stay on course.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press reported Sunday that such programs are time consuming and expensive but have already decreased the number of students classified with certain types of learning disabilities statewide.

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