Disputes over special-education programs for youngsters with autism can grow complicated, but the case of a Hillsdale, N.Y., youngster who had attended a special school has taken an unusual turn, reports the Albany Times-Union—complicated by some three years' worth of missing eMail messages. "To date, we do not have the eMails between Taconic Hills [school system] and Anderson School during the three years from 2006-2009," said Sandy Malm of Hillsdale, Columbia County, whose 10-year-old son, Finn, attended the Anderson Center for Autism during those years. Taconic Hills, as the boy's home district, had an ongoing involvement in placing Finn and...

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