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In a federal class-action lawsuit, non-English speaking parents of disabled Chicago Public Schools students claim the school system has not translated vital documents or provided interpretation in the process to determine what special-education services their kids need.

CHICAGO – In a federal class-action lawsuit, non-English speaking parents of disabled Chicago Public Schools students claim the school system has not translated vital documents or provided interpretation in the process to determine what special-education services their kids need.

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