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Timothy W. v. Rochester N.H. School District
Timothy W. is a child with complex developmental disabilities, spastic quadriplegia, cerebral palsy, weizure disorder, and cortical blindness. In that case, the First Circuit held that a school district must provide special education to a child without requiring a demonstration that the child could benefit from special education.
Date Published: 1989
Journal/Secondary Title: Federal Reporter
Publisher: 1st Circuit
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