Court Rules Parents Entitled to Private School Tuition Upfront (via RandyChapman’s Ability Law Blog)


     In Mr. and Mrs. A v. New York City Department of Education , a United States District Court has ruled that under certain circumstances, when parents cannot afford to make private school tuition payments, the IDEA can require  school districts to make those payments. In this case the 14-year-old student had autism, Asperger's syndrome, bipolar disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and was eligible for special education servic … Read More

via RandyChapman's Ability Law Blog

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