http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/WireStory?id=3711852&page=2 The Supreme Court on Wednesday affirmed a ruling that requires New York City schools to reimburse a wealthy businessman for private special education for his son. The justices split 4-4 on the case, which means a lower court ruling siding with former Viacom executive Tom Freston remains in place. Lower courts had sided with Freston against New York City's board of education, saying the city must pay for educating the learning-disabled student, even though he had been enrolled in private school. ... In arguments before the Supreme Court on Oct. 1, New York City's top appeals lawyer argued that when a school district says it has a good program for special ed students, the law requires parents to enroll their children in the program before transferring to private school and seeking reimbursement.