Hood River Faculty District to pay 900 hours price of misplaced training to former scholar
The Hood River School District has filed another appeal in a potentially landmark legal case covering the educational rights of students with special needs in Oregon. One family sued the county, claiming they refused to give their son who has autism, adequate support and education. Mike and Stephanie Frank believe their son’s right to a free and decent education has been violated after multiple conflicts that resulted in his being withdrawn from school. The district was asked to pay for the lost education for one year.
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