Punishment of a School District by Requiring it to Pay for Compensatory Education or to Reimburse Private School Tuition is not "appropriate" Relief under IDEA


School districts are often required to reimburse the parents of students with disabilities for private school tuition or to pay for compensatory education for the child. The Third Circuit has recently defined when such payments are "appropriate" under IDEA.

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