K.D. v. Downingtown Area School Dist. — disability — affirmance — Bibas
The Third Circuit today sided with a school district in appeal over whether the district court complied with the Individuals with Disabilities Act and two other statutes. The plaintiff, supported by a bevy of disability-rights amici, argued that the district (which also garnered substantial amicus support) had failed to develop adequate individual education plans for for an elementary-school student with ADHD, dyslexia, and other disabilities struggling to keep up in school.
Joining Bibas were Greenaway and Restrepo. Arguing counsel were Catherine Reisman of Reisman Carolla for the student and Karl Romberger, Jr. of Sweet Stevens for the district.