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This past April, DisabilityScoop.com published an article about “educational malpractice” claims becoming potentially viable depending on the outcome of a case that has now worked its way up to the US Supreme Court, Addison v. Compton Unified School District.
I’m not going to go into the blow-by-blow details of the case. You can get all of that on the Wrightslaw web site, including PDFs of the filing documents and prior decisions.
What I will go into are the many reasons why I think Compton Unified’s decision to take this issue to Supreme Court is insane.
Click here to listen to the podcast version of this article.
On March 8, 2010, I wrote an article about a con man representing himself as Michael E. Robinson, Sr. Mr. Robinson represented himself to be, at times, a special education lay advocate, while at other times, claimed he was a special education attorney. Mr. Robinson also claims to have been a lobbyist, medical doctor, retired NASCAR driver, and an epileptic who has been given a wolf as a service animal.