July 2019

ACDL Announces Back-to-School Special Education Coaching Sessions

The Arizona Center for Disability Law (ACDL) provides special education legal advocacy and resources to hundreds of Arizonans each year. In an effort to reach students with disabilities and their families before the start of the new school year, ACDL will be offering a limited number of over-the-phone “coaching” sessions to callers who have questions about special education. This new initiative provides an opportunity […]
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ACDL Announces New Infographics and Template Letters

ACDL is excited to announce the addition of template letters and infographics. The template letters are designed to provide users with an example of how to format a letter and what content the letter should include. The following template letters are now available in the Self-Advocacy Guides section including: Addressing Pregnancy-Related Discrimination Medical Provider Letter Premature Graduation Requesting a Reasonable Accommodation The new infographics […]
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Special Education for Students in Correctional Facilities: Who Is Responsible?

Special Education for Students in Correctional Facilities: Who Is Responsible?  By Amanda Glass*, Equal Justice Works Legal Fellow   This is the final blog post in our three-part series on special education for youth in correctional facilities. In our first post, we provided an overview of the right of students with disabilities to receive special education in correctional facilities. In our second post, we […]
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