Special Education Cases under the IDEA and §504 of the A.D.A. - Year 2010 in Review
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Professor Perry A. Zirkel, University Professor of Education and Law, Lehigh University, wrote an excellent article summarizing special education cases for 2010 as well as related A.D.A. Section 504 and other cases.
The article is a must for school administrators and attorneys practicing in this area and is available here.
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