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Is there a time limit regarding how long I have to sue the school district?

As it stands right now, a parent has a two-year statute of limitations from the time he/she learned about the actions that form the basis of the complaint to bring an action under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, although exceptions apply in certain circumstances. There have been efforts to shorten the statute of limitations. For the most part they have been unsuccessful. You should consult with an attorney to make sure this time period has not changed