Process gearing up to fix or replace it March 11, 2019

After investing eight years and more than $130 million, the New York City school system is shelving a glitchy information system that was supposed to track special education students, but fell far short of expectations.

The long, expensive saga of New York’s Special Education Student Information System has elements that are unique to the nation’s largest school district, which has enough students with disabilities—about 224,000—to make up a school system of their own.

But the problems with the system also illustrate issues that school districts of all

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