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What does the school district do when it finds that two parties may act as the parent, when one of the parties is, in fact, the child’s parent?

What does the school district do when it finds that two parties may act as the parent, when one of the parties is, in fact, the child’s parent?

When the child’s parent still maintains rights with regard to education, that parent makes decisions regarding special education.



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