Why One School District Spent $1 Million Fighting a Special-Education Student

CATEGORY: Authored Articles
CLIENT TYPE: Private Education, Public Education
AUTHOR: Amy Brandt
PUBLICATION: The Wall Street Journal
DATE: Feb 27, 2024

Recently quoted in The Wall Street Journal, LCW Partner Amy Brandt comments on a California case highlighting the rising legal disputes between school districts and parents seeking assistance for their children. Brandt notes that “The squeaky wheel gets the oil. The families who can squeak the loudest generally have more resources.”

To read the full article, please click the following link: https://www.wsj.com/us-news/education/why-one-school-district-spent-1-million-fighting-a-special-education-student-8b44ecca

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