Anti-Asian attacks at a Philadelphia school led to landmark ruling over a decade ago. Did anything change?
Immigrant students were harassed, bullied, and assaulted by classmates and, at times, school workers.
The complaint filed by the Education Law Center says that students were pushed down stairs and called names.
In a filing with the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, the Education Law Center says that the students are being denied their right to a free and appropriate education.
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