The U.S. Supreme Court has affirmed a federal appellate decision allowing the father of a learning-disabled child to seek private school tuition reimbursement from New York City without first giving the city’s public school program a chance to meet the boy’s needs.

Just nine days after hearing oral arguments in Board of Education v. Tom F., 06-637, the Court split 4-4, thereby affirming the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals’ finding in favor of Mr. F. — the boy’s father, former Viacom chief Tom Freston.

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