A Norwood mother has filed a federal lawsuit
against the Norwood School District.
The lawsuit claims that a child, who has
disabilities, is not receiving an appropriate education.
According to the suit, the mother of the
15-year-old wants to move the teen to a residential treatment community
designed to serve children that will better serve her child's multiple needs.
The suit also claims that the district has
refused to pay its share for the boy's educational costs, which is against Ohio
FOX19 reached out to Norwood Schools for
comment. Superintendent Rob Amodio says the district is still working with the
family and legal counsel to piece a solution together.
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