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In History
  • Brown v. Board of Education (1954) 18 May 1950

    The Brown v. Board of Education was mainly about having students not helping up or denied from having an education. When a child is not given the education needed to be successful in school, they fail in life because they lack knowledge.The 1954 Brown v.Board of Education ruling laid the foundation for the 1975 federal law requiring access to a free appropriate public education for all children with disabilities" (ACS, 2014).Having a million students without education was a bad look on society.
  • Mills v. Board of Education of District of Columbia,

    The District of Columbia school has a hard time providing supportive education for "exceptional" children(mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, physically handicapped, hyperactive, and other children with behavioral problems"(Justia, 2020)A child can not be denied service and they must receive free and public education.This case mainly is to focus on a child not being suspended for more than two days without a hearing.These students have services even if suspended just at alternate schools.
  • Honig v. Doe,

    The Honig v. Doe case talks about California schools violated the laws when it comes to special education. Laws eliminate anyone from violating the individual with disabilities education act. The court orders for desegregation benefit students with disabilities. There are certain ways in handling cases like this and they have to be handle with precaution. Teachers are to give certain students cool off times and alternative resources to target the misbehavior. This helps to correct the behavior.
  • Board of Education v. Rowley,

    The Board of Education v. Rowley was established in 1982 provides federal money to assist state and local agencies in educating handicapped children(Justia, 2020)The main idea is to inform everyone of the IEPs and how they are supposed to be changed annually or sooner if needed. This law is to protect the child and parent and provide any service they made need without being charged. A parent wanted a signer in class with a child, but there are people available to pull and help.
  • Timothy W. v. Rochester, New Hampshire, School District 24 May 1989

    This case is in relation to the education of all handicapped children act, and it has changed to the individual with disabilities act. The case centered on Timothy W.,who was a multiply handicapped and profoundly intellectually disabled child with complex developmental disabilities, and cortical blindness(Amy, 2020, pg.1) They are now getting all the service needed in order to perform correctly. It starts with establishing an IEP for the students, determining what they need to be great students.