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Local schools adapt to federal guidelines

Regulations designed to help struggling students, those who need more advanced instruction

7:13 PM, May 12, 2013
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New federal guidelines could result in noticeable changes to the school day for local students with learning disabilities.

Wisconsin Rapids School Board members will consider a variety of changes Monday during their monthly meeting, including adding periods during the school day at the junior high and high schools and purchasing intervention tools to help the district comply with new regulations.

"We talked about the change in the schedule, so that the people can fit the intervention and the enrichment into their day," said Anne Lee, chairwoman of the board's Educational Services ...

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