Who's right when it comes to educating a child with special needs?

07/15/2009 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

A couple in Orange County, N.C., is suing their school district in an effort to secure additional special-education services for their child with autism. The case points to a growing issue -- federal law requires that children with special needs have access to public services, but what parents want is not always what school systems are required by law to provide or able to afford.

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