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 court documents only as T.A., whose parents removed him from public school in the Forest Grove district in his junior year and enrolled him in a $5,200-a-month residential school. Although...

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