Monday, July 07, 2003

What happens to student during pendency of litigation under IDEA when service provider quits

In Wagner v. Board of Education of Montgomery County, Md., the Fourth Circuit in a majority opinion by Judge Luttig, joined by Judge Niemeyer, with Judge Widener dissenting, held that the section of IDEA requiring that students "stay put" during the pendency of litigation did not authorize the district court to require the school board to find some alternative service provider when the approved provider quit providing services.

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