California: Schools Must Provide Special Education Services Regardless Of Student’s Vaccination Status
California's departments of public health and education are trying to clear up confusion surrounding a new vaccination law that removes personal belief exemptions from immunization requirements.
California Clarifies New Law: Provide Special Ed To Unvaccinated Students
In response to confusion among some school districts, California's departments of public health and education have updated the explanation of the state's new immunization law to clarify that unvaccinated special needs kids must receive all of the services required by their Individualized Education Programs. (Plevin, 4/28)
Meanwhile, a controversial vaccination movie is opening in Orange County —
The Orange County Register:
Controversial Documentary 'Vaxxed' Screening Friday At Regency South Coast Village
After being booted from the Tribecca Film Festival in New York City, “Vaxxed: From Cover-up to Catastrophe,” a movie about a purported cover-up of a government study on the safety of the measles vaccine, opens Friday in Orange County. (Chandler, 4/28)