Lawsuit aims to keep school for children with hearing impairments open

07/28/2009 | Duluth News Tribune (Minn.)

Parents of eight children who are hearing-impaired have filed a federal class-action lawsuit trying to keep the South Dakota School for the Deaf open. The suit argues that closing the school would violate state and federal education mandates for students with disabilities. Education officials have offered to provide in-school services for students with hearing impairments.

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