After more than a year of work, an Arkansas legislative task force is preparing to release a report with recommendations on how the state can better meet the needs of special education students.
The Task Force on Best Practices for Special Education met for the last time Wednesday. It consists of a couple dozen educators, advocates and legislators.
Sen. Uvalde Lindsey (D-Fayetteville) is the chair of the task force. He says the report will call for better communication among the various groups and interests that serve special needs kids.