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Extractions: In a landmark decision last June, a divided Supreme Court ruled for the first time that governments can give parents financial aid, in the form of vouchers, to send their children to private or religious schools. The ruling radically altered the national education policy debate and opened the door to freedom of choice in education. Should Hawaii seize the opportunity? Vouchers not the answer Bust the public monopoly The Price of Paradise appears each week in the Sunday Insight section. The mission of POP is to contribute lively and informed dialog about public issues, particularly those having to do with our pocketbooks. Reader responses appear later in the week. If you have thoughts to share about today's POP articles, please send them, with your name and daytime phone number, to firstname.lastname@example.org , or write to Price of Paradise, Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 7 Waterfront Plaza, Suite 210, 500 Ala Moana, Honolulu, HI 96813.
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Extractions: Star-Bulletin A group trying to establish a charter school would have more time to get its act together under a law change proposed by the state Board of Education. Board members approved language last night that allows them to issue a provisional charter in a case where details about facilities and organization have not been settled by the deadline in the law. Underlining the need for flexibility in overseeing the innovative schools was testimony last night from supporters of a Big Island charter school under investigation by county authorities over alleged building and health code violations. Waters of Life school in Puna is one of the six charter schools that have opened since the 1999 New Century Charter Schools legislation. The board hopes to get its proposal into a bill before the Legislature, along with language providing for an annual board review of each charter school. Libby Oshiyama, president of the Hawaii Association of Charter Schools, said the provisional charter would be helpful for school planners who face problems such as securing a lease "without that piece of paper that says we have official status."
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Extractions: Star-Bulletin A federal judge's ruling that lets the parents of a special-needs student sue the state for out-of-pocket expenses and punitive damages may open a "Pandora's box" of baseless lawsuits, a state lawmaker said yesterday. U.S. District Judge David Ezra ruled on Wednesday that Patricia and Guy Nahale may proceed in their suit seeking to force the state to pay for therapy for their 6-year-old daughter, Amber, who is autistic and requires 20 hours of services a week. The Nahales also have an autistic son. The complaint argues for lost wages, emotional distress and punitive damages. Ezra rejected the state's argument that individual families were not allowed to sue because they already had their chance under the initial federal suit filed in 1993. That class-action suit filed on behalf of Jennifer Felix claimed the state violated federal law by failing to provide adequate services to special-needs students. Costs for the resulting Felix consent decree, which aims to improve mental-health and educational services, have soared to $350 million for 11,000 children from $45 million for 4,000 children in 1995. The state had argued that the decree precluded individual lawsuits, such as the Nahales'.
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Extractions: email@example.com Over the last decade, spending on special education for Hawaii's public school students has nearly quadrupled as the state forged a new system under federal court order to serve students with disabilities. A lawsuit filed in 1993 on behalf of student Jennifer Felix has helped transform Hawaii's approach from one with little money and few services for special-needs children to a comprehensive system for identifying and helping them, inside and outside the classroom. "When I took the case on 11- 1/2 years ago, parents of autistic children had nowhere to go," U.S. District Judge David Ezra said in court on April 8, as he approved a plan to end court oversight of special education next year. "The students were typically put in a corner or expelled from school. That kind of thing doesn't happen anymore." The change has come at substantial cost. Special education accounted for $284 million in general fund appropriations to the state Department of Education this year, a nearly fourfold increase over the $75 million spent in the 1994 fiscal year, according to figures kept by the Department of Budget and Finance. The Health Department's special-education budget has also shot up, to $89 million from $22 million. Meanwhile the number of children, aged 3 to 20, receiving special education or services for disabilities has climbed to 26,800 last December, or nearly 15 percent of the student population, from about 13,000 or about 7 percent in 1994.
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