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After water crisis, Flint students to be screened for disabilities

from U.S. News & World Report

Every public school student in Flint, Michigan, will be eligible for disability screening in the wake of the city's water crisis, which beginning in 2014 is believed to have exposed thousands of school-aged children to potentially harmful levels of lead. The screenings are part of a settlement stemming from a class-action lawsuit filed in 2016 by the Education Law Center, the American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan and New York-based law firm White & Case on behalf of Flint parents and children. The suit targeted the Michigan Department of Education, Flint Community Schools and the Genesee Intermediate School District, which assists school districts like Flint's in Michigan's Genesee County. more


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