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Poolaw v. Bishop

In the first case, the Court rejected the parents' suggestions of inadequate supplementary aids and services for their child with a severe hearing impairment. As a result, the student could be placed in a school specializing in educating students with hearing impairments. Parents challenged IEP and residential placement decisions made by Arizona school district based upon evaluations and IEPs developed for the student in Idaho.

  • Date Published: 1995
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Federal Reporter
  • Publisher: 9th Circuit
  • Volume: 67
  • Year: 1995

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