Parents and Milford Schools had agreed to send a disabled student to the Langsford Center in Blue Ash, Ohio to learn to read.  After several years of slow but steady progress at the Langsford Center, Milford Schools proposed to change the students reading placement from the private center back to the public school.  When the parents disagreed Milford Schools filed due process against the parents.   The parents lost both administrative decisions and filed a complaint in U.S. District Court, where Judge S. Arthur Spiegel ruled Milford Schools had violated the parents’ due process rights by pre-determining the reading placement.  This important decision is now on appeal.

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