Appeals court ruling may require district to pay private tuition

04/29/2008 | Oregonian (Portland), The

An Oregon district may have to pay for the private tuition of a student who was never enrolled in special education, but who struggled in school due in part to a marijuana addiction, after a federal appeals court on Monday reversed a lower court's ruling. Educators and psychologists unanimously agreed in 2001 that the student had no learning disabilities, but other specialists later said he had "learning difficulties" and ADHD.

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