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Sacramento City Unified School District v. Rachel H.
The District strenuously disagrees with the district court's findings that Rachel was receiving academic and non-academic benefits in a regular class and did not have a detrimental effect on the teacher or other students. It argues that the court's findings were contrary to the evidence of the state Diagnostic Center and that the court should not have been persuaded by the testimony of Rachel's teacher, particularly her testimony that Rachel would need only a part-time aide in the future.
Date Published: 1994
Journal/Secondary Title: Federal Reporter
Publisher: 9th Circuit
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