Supreme Court to decide: What level of education do public schools legally owe to students with disabilities?
from The Washington Post
The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in a dispute over the level of education that public schools must provide to millions of children with disabilities, a case that advocates describe as the most significant special-education issue to reach the high court in three decades. The question is whether public schools owe disabled children "some" educational benefit — which courts have determined to mean just-above-trivial progress — or whether students legally deserve something more: a substantial, "meaningful" benefit.
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