Court affirms reimbursement for special education


In a decision that could help disabled students obtain needed services yet cost public school districts millions of dollars, the Supreme Court ruled on June 22 that parents of special-education students may seek government reimbursement for private school tuition, even if they have never received special-education services in a public school, reports the New York Times. The case before the court involved a struggling Oregon high school student, identified in

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