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What To Do When Seeking Private School Reimbursement?

What To Do When Seeking Private School Reimbursement?

Published: Mar. 21, 2024Updated: Mar. 21, 2024

Special education attorney Bryan Winn, stresses the significance of parents providing a 10-day written notice to their IEP team when seeking reimbursement from their district. Overlooking this step could increase the likelihood of reimbursement being denied. Stay tuned for more insightful tips on seeking reimbursement.

For more information about private schools, check out our Private School 101 article.

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