New York’s highest court held Tuesday that a public school district did not have legal authority to challenge the state’s finding that the district’s method of resolving disputes over the schooling of disabled students is legal under federal statutes.

The Court of Appeals unanimously ruled that a lower court was correct when it dismissed the attempted challenge to the state Education Department’s action in Matter of East Ramapo Central School District v. King, 21.

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