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Unformatted text preview: The Brown vs. the Board of Education, it states that the US Constitution mandates that all citizens have a right to life, liberty and property. It also states that they cannot be denied these rights without due process. Brown determined that education was a property right even though there is no constitutional guarantee of free public education. Brown vs. The Board of Education also allowed there to be equal educational rights to those students with disabilities. In Parc vs. the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania states that education cannot be defined as only the provision of academic experiences for children. It also states that all students with mental retardation were capable of benefiting from programs of education and training. Parc vs. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania continues to state that having undertaken a free public education for the children of Pennsylvania the state cannot deny children with mental retardation the same opportunities. Lastly, it states that the earlier the students with mental retardation were the same opportunities....
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