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>School District Duty to Notice Learning Difficulties, Compton v. Addison

>New Case: Compton Unified School District v. Addison (Ninth Circuit March 22, 2010), holding that a public elementary school student could bring an action against the school district under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act for the district’s failure to identify and evaluate the student for special education services in the face of numerous red flags that the district should have noticed or been aware of indicating that the student had significant learning difficulties or limitations.

Dave Tate, Esq.
http://davidtate.us

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