Michigan high school sports officials are trying to figure out how to implement a new federal rule that opens sports programs to students with disabilities.
More than 300,000 students take part in high school sports in Michigan.
A small number are disabled.
But the number of disabled students playing high school sports will likely increase.
That's because the federal government has decreed that handicapped students must be given a fair shot to make traditional sports teams, or schools must create new programs for them.