NASHUA — The school district has corrected all of the previous concerns raised from the New Hampshire Department of Education’s special education review, and is now in full compliance.

“We had to review our special education procedures and forms — we had to create some, we had to revise some of them. We had to change some of our practices,” Marcia Bagley, director of special education for the Nashua School District, told school officials last week.

Nashua schools were selected to undergo the DOE’s compliance and improvement monitoring for special education services during the 2017-2018 school year.

Its findings discovered two areas of noncompliance, according to Bagley, who said all of the noncompliance issues were remedied in less

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