My daughter moved out of her district, because of my grandson's disabilities his doctor wrote a note explaining how my grandson needs to go to his old school, they refuse ( district money issues)How can she get him to stay in the only school he has ever known? He was given school of choice until they found out about his disabilities. Then he could not have school of choice. Sounds like discrimination to me.
I recommend that you consult with an education attorney in your area. There are specific procedures and policies related to this issue. You can go to ocr.gov and also speak with a US Department of Education representative to go over all the facts. If your son has a 504 plan or an IEP he has special protections that he may not be receiving.
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