Rueters reports the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Monday that parents who challenge a special education program for their disabled child must prove that it is inadequate.The ruling was a defeat for a Maryland family who had contested a program designed by Montgomery County for their son, who has learning disabilities and speech impairments. They had argued the burden of proof should be with the school district to show that the program meets federal requirements.
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