D.C. has delayed its decision to implement new rate structures that would cap tuition payments for D.C. special education students attending private schools funded with D.C. tax dollars.  Originally scheduled to take effect in the Fall of 2010, following expressions of concern by parents and education, the plan was halted by the Office of State Superintendent until July 2010.  The plan would have restricted tuition rates to $215 per day, for $38,700 per 180-day school year. 

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