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Beth B. v. Van Clay

Addresses the intersection of LRE and, Rowley, . School district's recommendation that student with Rett Syndrome be placed in special education ("life skills") classroom, with reverse mainstreaming opportunities, satisfied provision of IDEA requiring FAPE, and LRE provision of IDEA, requiring that district mainstream disabled student to greatest extent appropriate; although regular classroom would be less restrictive than special education classroom, disabled student was only in regular class for about half the day, and her academic and developmental progress was limited, so that student did not receive satisfactory education in regular classroom, and thus, recommended placement did not violate IDEA.

  • Date Published: 2002
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Federal Reporter
  • Publisher: 7th Circuit
  • Volume: 282
  • Year: 2002

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