Saturday, December 15, 2007

Child's special education can continue over parents' objections

A Massachusetts eighth-grader with disabilities will remain in special education against his parents' wishes, a Superior Court judge ruled Friday. "It reinforces to our professional staff that they never lost the focus on putting that child first and at the center of all decisions," said Cohasset schools Superintendent Denise M. Walsh. "This is really about a student's rights." The Boston Globe

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