Open Thread July 2012 - Why I am a Special Education Attorney

Submitted by Tim on Mon, 07/02/2012 - 10:33 AM

When a school district will not provide services to a student with special needs, the district saves money in its budget. But this is a false saving. The more prepared for independent living a person is at graduation, the fewer support services must be provided in adulthood. Living independently serves two purposes – it allows a people to choose their own goals and it saves society unnecessary expense in providing the social safety net. That’s why I’m a special education attorney for parents.

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