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The OFFICE OF CIVIL RIGHTS (Department of Education) will investigate complaints against school districts/colleges/universities for not handling CFS or MCS students appropriately. (We have a complainy ongoing and find that it is not stressful for us -- and just filing the complaint resulted in better treatment from the school district.)

 They have an online complaint form

Their general site is

If a school district has ever threaten the Becca Bill or reporting you to Social Services, this constitute harassment -- OCR will both investigate and have the authority to take action. It costs NOTHING to file a complaint...

If your child/student is not longer of school age, they cannot directly take action; but you can email OCR@Ed.Gov  with your experiences (citing the school district) and your belief that this is a systematic discrimination against a class of students (those with CFS and MCS). It costs nothing and they are interested in receiving details of complaints...

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