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Appeals Court Upholds Award of Four Years of Compensatory Education

In Jarron vs. Atlanta Independent School District (N.D. GA 2007), the District Court held that: "Compensatory education involves discretionary, prospective, injunctive relief crafted by a court to remedy what might be termed an educational deficit created by an educational agency's failure over a given period of time to provide a FAPE to a student.

"Compensatory awards should compensate, and this means that they must do more than provide ‘some benefit’ as required by ordinary IEPs ... compensatory education is necessary to preserve a handicapped child's right to a free education."

To read further, go to http://www.wrightslaw.com/nltr/08/al.0310.draper.htm

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