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Special education parents demanding Spanish interpreters

from The Columbus Dispatch

A federal complaint filed yesterday argues that Columbus and five other central Ohio school districts are among those that discriminate against special education students whose parents speak Spanish by failing to provide translation and interpreters. Disability Rights Ohio, a federally designated advocate for people with disabilities in Ohio, and Toledo-based Advocates for Basic Legal Equality say that the following districts have shut families out of the special-education process and should be forced to make changes immediately: Columbus, Dublin, Groveport Madison, South-Western, Toledo, Westerville and Whitehall. more


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