Progress: WHICH DISTRICT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR LACK OF PROGRESS?

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Dianna:  I live in California and the School District is paying for my child to attend a NPS (non-public school). My child is in 4th grade and has been attending a NPS for a year and a half now. Currently, she is functioning at a kindergarten/1st grade level in reading and math. My question is, who is accountable for the lack of progress the NPS or LAUSD?

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01/04/2016 5:41 pm

The school district is responsible for providing your child with a free, appropriate public education (FAPE). If the school district places a child in a private program and the child does not receive educational benefit in that program, the school district is responsible. They cannot leave a child in a failing program – public or private.