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Students With Disabilities and Standards-Based Reform

The mandate for public education in the United States as the 21st century begins is to provide everyone with an equal opportunity to be educated. It is no longer acceptable to have two separate and unequal public educational systems in place -- one for students with disabilities and one for students with no disabilities. This policy brief looks at how students with special needs have been effected by changing legislation, examines new directions in policymaking, and identifies steps state and local policymakers can take to ensure that all students benefit from standards-based education reform efforts.

  • Contributor: Bechard, S.
  • Date Published: October
  • Publisher: Mid-Continent Research For Education and Learning
  • Year: 2000

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