Donna Taylor and her 6 year old daughter Isabella call Knoxville home. But now, Taylor and Isabella are saying their goodbyes to the area.
Taylor has been fighting to have Isabella, who has Down Syndrome, placed in a regular kindergarten class instead of a special needs classroom.
She claims the Knox County School System is in violation of a federal law for not making that accommodation.
“It’s her right by the 2004 IDEA law that children with special needs be in a regular classroom to the maximum extent possible,” said Taylor.
Read more here: Special needs student moves over school system decision | wbir.com.
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