Former Viacom C.E.O. Tom Freston's suit against the City of New York goes to the Supreme Court today. "[T]he central question of the case: Must parents of special-education students give public schools a chance before having taxpayers reimburse them for private-school tuition?" Freston's son has attention deficit disorder; Freston thought that he couldn't perform in math class (the City disagreed) and then asked the City to foot the $21,819 tuition of private school Gaynor. Expect to see the phrase "$85 million dollar severance deal" appear in most of the coverage of the trial. [WSJ]