Looking back at the U.S. Supreme Court's 2008-09 term, Education Week reports that the Court's decisions have been in favor of parents and students. Most recently, the high court ruled that the parents could seek from a student's public school reimbursement for private school tuition even if the student never received special education services in the public school. In another case, the court broadened the remedies available to a student who was a victim of peer harrassment.
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