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Cover Story - June 14, 2013

What civil-rights investigators found at Terman

Report: The school failed to end the harassment Editor's note: The following is a condensed summary of the findings and conclusions contained in the Office for Civil Rights report concerning the Terman Middle School student. To protect privacy, the student whose family filed the complaint is referred to as "the Student," without gender identification, throughout this summary of the federal report's findings.

The Student had a speech and language impairment that affected interactions with peers, including ability to process language quickly and perceive social cues correctly from other students. The Student was receiving special education and related services.

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