Motion filed to keep New Jersey schools from closing without consent from parents of special education students
There is a fight to keep schools open in New Jersey for 230,000 special education students.
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A motion has been filed for a temporary restraining order to prevent all school districts from switching to remote learning without parental consent.
Civil Rights attorney Patrick Donohue and the Brain Injury Rights Group are taking action.
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The restraining order request was filed as part of a pending federal class action lawsuit.
For more information about the lawsuit, click HERE.