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A Primer On Able Accounts, Christopher T. Mcgee, G. Alisa Ferguson Nov 2017

A Primer On Able Accounts, Christopher T. Mcgee, G. Alisa Ferguson

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


From Mainstreaming To Marginalization?--Idea's De Facto Segregation Consequences And Prospects For Restoring Equity In Special Education, Kerrigan O'Malley Mar 2016

From Mainstreaming To Marginalization?--Idea's De Facto Segregation Consequences And Prospects For Restoring Equity In Special Education, Kerrigan O'Malley

University of Richmond Law Review

Part I of this comment provides an overview of IDEA provisions and implementation regulations followed by a review of judicial interpretations in landmark IDEA service delivery cases, specifically the Supreme Court's Rowley ruling. Drawing upon both le-gal and educational scholarship, this analysis then assesses how IDEA's aspirational equality goals ultimately devolved into de facto segregation in special education. Part II considers factors resulting from the Supreme Court's tuition reimbursement rulings that trend away from IDEA's original equality purpose and integration preference to compromise equality in four ways: creating a means-based bias in private school placement; undermining ...


There's No Place Like Work: How Modern Technology Is Changing The Judiciary's Approach To Work-At-Home Arrangements As An Ada Accommodation, Benjamin D. Johnson May 2015

There's No Place Like Work: How Modern Technology Is Changing The Judiciary's Approach To Work-At-Home Arrangements As An Ada Accommodation, Benjamin D. Johnson

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Special Education Law, William H. Hurd, Stephen C. Piepgrass Nov 2009

Special Education Law, William H. Hurd, Stephen C. Piepgrass

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.


Atkins V. Virginia: The Court's Failure To Recognize What Lies Beneath, Jaime L. Henshaw May 2003

Atkins V. Virginia: The Court's Failure To Recognize What Lies Beneath, Jaime L. Henshaw

University of Richmond Law Review

No abstract provided.