Scorched by the spotlight of a City Hall hearing, Chicago Public Schools officials agreed Friday to hire 56 more special education aides and specialists. Officials promised more changes to come in the wake of allegations that changes designed to save money also denied special education students services they were entitled to under federal law.

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