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Right to Education for Students Who Are Hospitalized: Arizona’s Chronic Illness Law

By: Natalie Trouard* and Amanda Glass, ACDL Staff Attorney This blog post is the second in our three-part series discussing the issue of students being withdrawn from school and not provided educational services while they are in the hospital. Today’s blog post addresses protections under Arizona law for students with chronic health problems. What is […]

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Right to Education for Students Who Are Hospitalized

By: Natalie Trouard* and Amanda Glass, ACDL Staff Attorney Children sometimes require hospitalization for acute medical or behavioral healthcare treatment. Students with disabilities may require more frequent hospitalizations than students without disabilities. Even while in the hospital, students are entitled to an education. Many Arizona students with disabilities encounter interruptions in educational services while they […]

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Overview of Schooling Options for Students with Disabilities During COVID-19

EN ESPANOL ASL VIDEOS This is the third in a series of blog posts on the Arizona Center for Disability Law’s website about school reopenings during COVID-19. If you haven’t had a chance to read the first two posts in the series, check them out: Post 1 and  Post 2. Today’s post will provide information […]

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Guidance from the Arizona Department of Education and Additional Information on Back-to-School 2020

EN ESPANOL ASL VIDEO This is the second in a series of blog posts on the Arizona Center for Disability Law’s website about school reopenings during COVID-19. If you haven’t had a chance to read Monday’s post about the impact of recent executive orders from the Arizona Governor’s Office on the return-to-school process, you can […]

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