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Kathy Kelker

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Montana's share of special education funding has dropped from 81.5 percent in 1990 to around 30 percent today. Federal contributions have also ticked lower, with local district general funds and taxpayers filling the growing gap. The situation is even more dire for special education co-ops that serve rural districts, officials say, as they have fewer resources to turn to when funding runs low.

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