Examination of historical and current trends in the treatment of individuals with disabilities including effects of discrimination, advocacy, litigation, legislation and economic considerations on educational services and community inclusion. Prerequisite: Twelve hours in Education and related areas, or Instructor permission.
Dates: July 17- August 11, 2023; Asynchronous Online Restricted to Grad Students in EDSP, C&I, and CNSL Only or PACE Students in Special Education Licensure Pathway
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