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Daniel R.R. v. State Board of Education
When a parent is examining the educational opportunities available for his handicapped child, he may be expected to focus primarily on his own child's best interest. Likewise, when state and local officials are examining the alternatives for educating a handicapped child, the child's needs are a principle concern. But other concerns must enter into the school system, a public institution entrusted with the enormous task of serving a variety of often competing needs.
Date Published: 1989
Journal/Secondary Title: Federal Reporter
Publisher: 5th Circuit
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