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Righting educational wrongs : disability studies in law and education / edited by Arlene S. Kanter and Beth A. Ferri ; with a foreword by Nancy Cantor.

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Meeting:
Second City Conference on Disability Studies in Education (9th : 2009 : Syracuse, N.Y.)
Language:
English.
Publication date:
2013
Imprint:
First edition.
Publication:
Syracuse, New York : Syracuse University Press, 2013.
Format:
  • Book, Conference Proceedings
  • xvii, 402 pages ; 24 cm.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 317-373) and index.
Contents:
  • The relationship between disability studies and law / Arlene S. Kanter
  • Universal design in education : remaking all the difference / Martha Minow
  • Rights, needs, and capabilities : institutional and political barriers to justice for disabled people / Thomas M. Skrtic and J. Robert Kent
  • Ending the longing for belonging : teaching disability studies in the college core curriculum / Susan Baglieri and Linda Ware
  • Treating the incomplete child : how the science of learning disabilities was built for exclusion / Scot Danforth and Theodoto Ressa
  • The present king of France is feeble-minded : the logic and history of the continuum of placements for people with intellectual disabilities / Philip M. Ferguson
  • Disabling racial repetition / Zanita E. Fenton
  • Children with disabilities, parents without disabilities, and lawyers : issues of life experience, affinity, and agency / Mark C. Weber
  • The tale of a reluctant expert witness / Alicia A. Broderick
  • The case for inclusive eligibility under the individuals with Disabilities Education Act / Wendy F. Hensel
  • Disability, vulnerability, and fragmented protections : accessing education, work, and health care / Ani B. Satz
  • Inclusion in K-12 and higher education / Wendy S. Harbour.
Contributor:
Kanter, Arlene S., editor of compilation.
Ferri, Beth A., 1961- editor of compilation.
Series:
Critical perspectives on disability.
Subjects:
ISBN:
9780815633259
0815633254
0815652356

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