A school district took months to arrange for “homebound” schooling to start. The district’s given reason to the parent was they couldn’t get an existing staffer to perform the homebound teaching. Parents was at wit’s end and the situation took it’s toll on the family both financially and emotionally. Parent waited patiently for the homebound to start happening and before parent realized, months had passed. Are our kids’ with special needs not a priority? Perhaps the school could have offered an alternative service in the interim? Maybe a tutor? Would you consider this a “forced dropout” situation?
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