Hood River School District to pay 900 hours worth of lost education to former student

The Hood River School District has filed another appeal in what may be a landmark legal case for education rights of special-needs students in Oregon. A family sued the district claiming it denied their son, who has autism, proper support and education. Mike and Stephanie Frank believe their son’s rights to a free and appropriate education were being violated after multiple conflicts that led to them pulling him out of school. The district was ordered to pay a year’s worth of lost education.

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