Inclusive Schooling: National and International Perspectives

By Stanley J. Vitello; Dennis E. Mithaug | Go to book overview

SUMMARY

A number of inclusion cases decided in the early 1990s resulted in the placement of students with disabilities in general education classes. Typically, the plaintiffs in these cases were elementary school-age students with severe disabilities. And their parents who brought these cases were more concerned with their children receiving the social benefits of general education placement than the academic benefits of the district's proposed special education placement. More recent cases involving students with disabilities who are disruptive and older have resulted in placements that are more restrictive (e.g., special classes). In addition, several class action lawsuits have been brought against state departments of education for their failure to develop comprehensive programs of personnel development to prepare professionals to work with students with disabilities in inclusive settings.


REFERENCES

Board of Education of the Hendrick Hudson Central School District v. Rowley, 458 U. S. 176 ( 1982).

Brier by Brown v. Fair Haven Grade Sch. Dist. 25 IDELR 805 (C. D. Ill. 1996).

Chanda Smith v. Los Angeles United Sch. Dist., 93-7044 (Cir. 1991).

D. F. v. Western Sch. Corp. 23 IDELR 1121 (S. D. Ind. 1996); 921 F. Supp.

Dallas Sch. Dist. v. Richard C., 24 IDELR 241 (Pa. Commw. Ct. 1996).

Daniel R. v. State Board of Educ., 874 F. 2d 1036 (5th Cir. 1989).

Department of Education, 1992 Policy Guidance on the Education of Deaf Students, 19 IDELR 463.

Evans v. Board of Educ. of Rhinebeck Cent. Sch. Dist. 24 IDELR 338 (S.D. N. Y. 1996).

Ft Zumwalt Sch. Dist. v. Missouri State Bd. of Educ., 24 IDELR222 (E. D. Mo. 1996).

Gaskin v. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 23 IDELR 61 (Pa. 1995).

Greer v. Rome City Sch. Dist., 905 F.2d 688 (11th Cir. 1991).

Hartman by Hartman by Loudoun Cty. Bd. of Educ., 24 IDELR 1171 (E. D. Va. 1996); 26 IDELR 167 (4th Cir. 1997).

Hudson by Hudson v. Bloomfield Hills Public Sch, 23 IDELR 613 (E. D. Mich. 1995).

Jonathan G. v lower Merion School District, 955 F. Supp.413 (E. D. Pa. 1997).

Kari H. v Franklin Special Sch. Dist., 23 IDELR 538 (M. D. Tenn.) ( 1995).

Lachman v. Illinois State Board of Educ., 852 F.2d 290 (7th Cir. 1988).

Mather v. Hartford Sch. Dist 24 IDELR 231 (D VT. 1996).

Mavis v. Sobel, 839 F. Supp. 968 (N. D. N. Y. 1993).

Monticello Sch. Dist. No. 25 v. Illinois State Board of Educ. 23 IDELR 805 (C. D. Ill. 1995).

Murphyboro v. Illinois State Board of Educ., 41 F. 3d 1162 (7th Cir., 1994).

Oberti v. Bd. of Educ. of the Borough of Clementon School Dist., 995 F.2d 1204 (3d.) ( 1993).

Poolaw v. Bishop, 23 IDELR 406 (9th Cir. 1995).

S. D. by J. D. v. Independent Sch. Dist. No. 283, 24 IDELR 375 (8th Cir. 1996).

Sacremento City Unif. School District v. Rachel Holland, 14 F.2d 1398 (9th Cir. 1994).

Statum v. Birmingham Public Schools Board of Educ., 20 IDELR 435 ( 1993).

Student v. Somerset County Board of Educ., 24 IDELR 743 (D. Md. 1996).

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