Mills v. Board of Education of District of Columbia
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Mills vs. Board of Education of District of Columbia was a case against the District of Columbia that declared that students with disabilities must be given a public education, and that financial limits were a moot point in providing education to these students. It set a precedent that educational services must be made based on children's needs, not on the schools’ fiscal capabilities to provide such services.
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