In May, the American School System announced plans to invest $100 million to help educate students with special needs in grades K through 12.

“We believe we can help improve the lives of students with severe and persistent disabilities who are struggling to make it to school,” said David S. Hwang, director of the National School Lunch Program, which serves more than 3 million students.

The proposal, announced by the school system’s president, Mary Taylor, also includes a $2 million grant for schools to create special education classrooms for students with learning disabilities.

The grant is part of a larger $500 million program announced by Taylor that includes more than $1 billion in federal funding for schools and services to improve the academic and social skills of students who are learning disabilities or have learning disabilities that require additional support.

This year, the National Institute of Justice and the Education Department announced $1.3 billion for schools, including $200 million to provide scholarships to high school seniors with disabilities and $100 to assist families with special education needs.

At the same time, the Education and Human Services Department announced a $300 million grant to assist teachers in the development of “special education” curricula, a program aimed at providing students with disabilities the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in school.

The administration also announced a plan to create a new “special needs workforce” to help schools with special-needs students.

The program will include teachers, administrators, administrators’ assistants and school counselors, among other positions.

In a news release, the administration said the workforce would be based on the needs of the student and the school, but would be comprised of teachers, counselors, principals, school nurses and social workers.

The plan also calls for a national task force to work on creating a national program that would be implemented in all schools.

But the proposal may not have the greatest impact in many states.

While the grant would help the most vulnerable students, it is not the only way to help students with a learning disability, according to the American Association of School Administrators, which represents teachers, teachers’ aides and other school personnel.

In the United States, the federal government spends about $60 billion annually on special education and related services.

Despite the focus on improving the academic skills of disabled students, the system has also been slow to address their needs, experts said.

The schools system in Illinois is the only school system in the country that provides special education services for students in grades kindergarten through 12 with disabilities.

A report by the Chicago-based Center for Disability Rights found that in Illinois, the number of students enrolled in special education in grades 9 through 12 declined from 7,200 in 2013 to 4,800 last year.

Last year, there were 2,000 special-education students enrolled at Illinois schools.

By comparison, about 7,000 students are enrolled in the traditional public schools.

But in the last three years, Illinois’ education department has cut the number and percentage of special-educational students by nearly 60 percent.

While the Illinois school system has been investing in special-ed services, it has also begun to focus on addressing the special needs of students, said Mark Schmitt, a senior policy analyst with the National Education Association.

In 2015, the state cut its special education enrollment to 1,000.

By 2021, the school district said it plans to enroll just 400 students, while the number is projected to decline to 200 by 2023.

In Illinois, there are only six school districts in the state that offer special education to students with hearing impairments.

But special education is often overlooked by the state’s leaders, who instead focus on boosting teacher quality and improving school safety, Schmitt said.

In one school district, a district with fewer than 20 special education students has had to close its doors in recent years because its staff lacked the skills needed for the special- ed students to succeed.

Other districts have begun to address special education.

In November, the Illinois Education Association announced that a new special education school would open in the Chicago suburb of Oak Lawn.

The new school will offer students with intellectual disabilities and special needs the same education as students with other students, according the Illinois Association of Schools and Communities.

As part of its new program, the Chicago Public Schools will offer special-evaluation courses for students from kindergarten through eighth grade.

A spokesman for the Chicago Unified School District said the district is already using a specialized school for special- needs students.

It also offers a specialized special education curriculum to its special- education students, and special-event services, such as tutoring and a summer school.

The special-testing service also allows students to pass through the district’s entrance exam.

In the district, special-essay and other special-situations programs are focused on students with behavioral disabilities and students with mental disabilities, according Mark Schmitz, spokesman for Superintendent David H. Martin.

For students with autism spectrum disorders, special education can help students learn to communicate and use