DRLC Files Expedited Special Education Due Process Case

 In Civil Rights

A young man with disabilities who resides in Victorville and does not speak, has never been assessed for assistive technology, and has not received any meaningful education in two years, has filed an expedited special education due process case via DRLC’s Education Advocacy Project and co-counsel Rios Eubanks LLP.

Since the student’s return to in-person school last year, the school district, instead of providing meaningful assessments, behavior services, and education, called his mother to pick him up every day to take him home.

DRLC has successfully obtained independent assessments and behavior aides as a resolution to the expedited issues, and now continues the litigation for full relief that will allow this student to return to school with full supports and compensatory services.

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