Ruling: Atlanta schools must compensate student for misdiagnosis

03/10/2008 | Macon Telegraph (Ga.), The

Jarron Draper, 21, was misdiagnosed with mental retardation by his school in 1998, but a 2003 independent evaluation determined he actually suffered from dyslexia. They Atlanta school system he attended must pay up to $152,000 to send him to a specialized school for up to four years.

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