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January 15, 2007


Sandy Alperstein

I agree, Charlie, that a private right of action for parents is critical to putting some teeth into this law! Without such a right of action, there really is little, if any, accountability on the part of the schools.

Kelly Figueroa

What do you know about the new federal law increasing the aging out law in special ed from age 22 to age 26?

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