Equal Opportunity

February 2013
ED Review;2/1/2013, p5
The article offers information on the guidance issued by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) of the U.S. Department of Education that presents the existing legal obligations by the districts to provide equal access to extracurricular activities to students with disabilities. It further mentions that the guidance focuses on the modifications that schools may be required to make to existing policies, practices, or procedures for students.


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