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Next week: Readings on A Nation at Risk, No Child Left Behind and Race to the Top Thursday, March 17-- Lecture Write #2 TODAY IN YOUR READINGS PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO Spring Chapter 3 Reports on the Legacy of Brown v. Board of Education School Segregation Today Second Generation Segregation *Civil Rights Act of 1964 Education for Women *Education for Students with Disabilities E-RESERVES Education of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered Students http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWyj_OfQpnU
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Types of Disabilities (Ages 3-21) in Public Schools 2007 13% of students (Spring, Chapter 3) Learning Disabilities 5.4% Speech and Language 3.4% Mental Retardation 1.1% 1 % or less--Emotional, physical, hearing, vision, orthopedic, health, autism, multiple disabilities, brain injury, developmental delay
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Inclusion MAXIMIZE ACCESS TO REGULAR CLASSROOM FOR STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES Take 2 minutes and make a list, you can discuss it. 1.Discuss the benefits of inclusion for students with disabilities. 2.What are some of the controversies surrounding inclusion in schools?
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Conclusions: Brown brought a reinterpretation of the 14 th Amendment. Laws could not separate citizens or be used to provide separate and unequal treatment. Brown decision led to greater constitutional equality Brown is the bridge to passage of Civil Rights Act of 1964 (See Spring, Chapter 3, page 65) No person can be discriminated against based on race, color, or national origin.
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Conclusions: Brown brought a reinterpretation of the 14 th Amendment. Laws could not separate citizens or be used to provide separate and unequal treatment. Civil Rights Act of 1964 (See Spring, Chapter 3, page 65) The 1964 Civil Rights Act made racial discrimination in public places, such as theaters, restaurants and hotels, illegal. It also required employers to provide equal employment opportunities. Projects involving federal funds could now be cut off Gave the Office of Education responsibility to determine if schools were discriminating
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AWE AND RESPECT Brown (1954) : CONSTITUTIONAL EQUALITY LONGTERM IMPACT FOR SCHOOLING -- ADVANCED EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS For ALL STUDENTS Girls and women, students with disabilities, limited English speaking students, and in the 1990s GLBT students. BUT not automatic: INDIVIDUAL (S) had to SUE and go to COURT— after success in court THEN FEDERAL LEGISLATION followed.
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What is the link between Brown v. Board of Education and efforts to secure access to schooling for students with disabilities? First ---Equal protection Later, eliminate segregation of students with disabilities– first mainstreaming all the way to full inclusion.
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In the 1950s, schools could choose to refuse to serve students with disabilities. What were their reasons?
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course EPS 202 taught by Professor Connell during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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