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August 07, 2008



I would like to see how much the school district paid their attorneys to advise them in these same cases. Why are thics absent in IDEA law cases?

If the judge ruled that the school is in violation, how is the law firm that represents them exempt from having to reimburse our kid's educational funds to the school?

Even if the parents are not entitled to recover money paid to the school district's attorney (and the should be), the dollar amount should made public if the school is in violation of IDEA or ADA laws.

This would reduce the amount of effort and expense that is currently being put into navigaing around the procedural saveguards that are in place. It may even make following IDEA law a sensible option for our public schools.

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