High Court considers public funding of private-school tuition

As a former Viacom executive given a $85 million severance deal, Tom Freston can afford the priciest private education. But the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday heard arguments on whether New York City must fund his son's pricey private-school tuition in accordance with a federal law that says such payments must be made when a public school system can't properly deal with a student's disability. However, in this case, New York City said it could accommodate the boy's needs, and suggested a city-run school.

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