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T.R. v. Kingwood Township Board of Education
In the 3rd Circuit, the IEP must provide more than "trivial or, de minimus, educational benefit" but is not required to "maximize the potential of handicapped children." The IEP must provide "significant learning" and "meaningful educational benefit." Parents requested reimbursement for private school tuition and support services, claiming that the school district's proposed placement did not provide the student with a meaningful educational benefit in the least restrictive environment.
Date Published: 2000
Journal/Secondary Title: Federal Reporter
Publisher: 3rd Circuit
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