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Another family speaks out about the failures of TUSD's special-education services

During the entire time Stella Mae Smith's son attended Tucson Unified School District schools—from elementary through high school—diagnosing his disability and getting the services he needed was a challenge. Smith and her son Carter were among the 14 families who filed complaints…

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