What happens when public schools don't meet their federal obligation to children with disabilities
Federal law requires public schools to accommodate special needs students. When schools don’t fulfill that obligation, some parents decide to fight back and hold the school system accountable.
Lee Gaines of WFYI reports on a family who fought for their rights in Indiana.
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