Another great informative resourceful case by Peter Wright, Esq. .
“Some” Educational Benefit v. “Meaningful” Educational Benefit
Much earlier discussion of the Endrew F. case revolved around the phrases “some educational benefit” versus “meaningful educational benefit.” This decision did not fully address these arguments but focused on progress, growth and being “fully integrated,” as in the original Rowley decision.
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“It’s a great day! On March 22, 2017, the U.S. Supreme Court issued another unanimous ruling in favor of children with special needs and their parents.
Purpose of IDEA: Congress Acted to Remedy Children Excluded from School with Tragic Pervasive Stagnation”
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Endrew v. Douglas County: IDEA Demands More:
Inclusion & Progress in Regular Curriculum; IEP ‘Tailored to Unique Needs’
by Peter Wright, Esq.