Checkpoint - Brown vs. Board of Education was the first...

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Brown vs. Board of Education was the first case that went to court. Their objective was to set a positive example for educators in relation to the rights of the students. This recognized that all African American students should be able to attend school in an equal educational environment to white students. This was the first case to set a standard of integration instead of segregation. Brown vs. Board of Education paved the way for disable students to receive an equal education as well. PARC vs. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is another important case that still to this day affects the equal inclusion of students with disabilities. This case has meaning that all students, from the ages of 6 through 21, with disabilities to be provided free public education. Mills vs. Board of Education required that the District of Columbia provide a free public education to students with disabilities. This case also required that educators provide routine safeguards. As a result of Mills vs. Board of Education
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This note was uploaded on 02/14/2010 for the course AED 204 Teaching A taught by Professor Carananez during the Spring '08 term at University of Phoenix.

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