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IDEA Individuals with Disabilities Education Act; covers kids ages 0-21; includes IFSPs and IEPs; accounts for LRE; clarified PL94.142.
Court Interpreters Act of 1978 an interpreter must be provided if a non-native English speaker is involved in court, not disability legislation, witness testimony must be consecutive.
PL94.142 Education for all Handicapped Children Act of 1975; schools must accept all kids, all worthy of an education, all disabilities accepted despite of severity; started mainstreaming frenzy.
Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 504 if receiving gov funding (i.e. state schools, etc.) the entity must provide accessibility and accomodations for all disabilities; this covers students, parents, and school personnel.
Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1965 made VR funds available to pay for interpreters.
ADA Americans with Disabilities Act; covers many aspects of life, unfunded mandate, required participation but no gov funds provided; ALL private and public places must comply except if the entity has less than 15 employees or can prove undue hardship; must p
ADA (Additional info) a federal law, passed in 1990, which required improvements in accessibility for all people with disabilities including deaf people; it is sometimes referred to as a civil rights act for people with disabilities.
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