ESE 601 Week 1 Historical Timeline

1971-01-01 00:00:00

PENNSYLVANIA ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CITIZENS (PARC) V. COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA

This landmark case was the first of its kind seeking to overturn Pennsylvania law to ensure equal right to education for all children, including appropriate education for children with intellectual disability, then called mental retardation (The Public Interest Law Center, n.d.). Paraphrase in 2-3 sentences a description of each party’s stance for each of the three selected cases. Restate in your own words, a 2–3 sentence summary of the final court ruling for each of the three selected cases. Explain in 2-3 sentences, using your own words, how the historical legal rulings you selected have supported the needs of students with disabilities. Embed into your timeline a relevant link to a website or video that describes each selected case in user-friendly terms.

1975-08-01 00:00:00

(EXAMPLE) EAHCA

Identify the legislative act by name and date. Paraphrase in one to two sentences a description of the legislative act. Explain in one to two sentences, using your own words, how the legislative act has supported the needs of students with disabilities. Be sure to include a link and in-text citations.

1985-04-25 16:19:34

BURLINGTON SCHOOL COMMITTEE v. MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 471 U. S. 359

This case interpreted the Education for All Handicapped Children Act, now evolved into the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), to include reimbursement for private school placement if a school district does not provide a free and appropriate IEP for a student (Wrightslaw, 2010). Paraphrase in 2-3 sentences a description of each party’s stance for each of the three selected cases. Restate in your own words, a 2–3 sentence summary of the final court ruling for each of the three selected cases. Explain in 2-3 sentences, using your own words, how the historical legal rulings you selected have supported the needs of students with disabilities. Embed into your timeline a relevant link to a website or video that describes each selected case in user-friendly terms.

1990-07-26 00:00:00

(EXAMPLE) IDEA

Identify the legislative act by name and date. Paraphrase in one to two sentences a description of the legislative act. Explain in one to two sentences, using your own words, how the legislative act has supported the needs of students with disabilities. Be sure to include a link and in-text citations. story info here

1992-03-02 00:00:00

BOARD OF EDUCATION, SACRAMENTO CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT v. RACHEL HOLLAND

This case interpreted the appropriate placement for students with disabilities by examining factors used to determine the least restrictive environment: "(1) the educational benefits available in the regular classroom; (2) the non-academic benefits of interaction between a student with disabilities and those without disabilities; (3) the impact of the student with disabilities on the teacher and other children in the regular classroom; and (4) the cost of supplementary aids and services required for mainstreaming the student" (Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund, 1994). Paraphrase in 2-3 sentences a description of each party’s stance for each of the three selected cases. Restate in your own words, a 2–3 sentence summary of the final court ruling for each of the three selected cases. Explain in 2-3 sentences, using your own words, how the historical legal rulings you selected have supported the needs of students with disabilities. Embed into your timeline a relevant link to a website or video that describes each selected case in user-friendly terms.

ESE 601 Week 1 Historical Timeline

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