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The article presents questions and answers related to educational law in the U.S., including how the response to intervention (RTI) process is interpreted in the court system, how the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) impacts children with Asperger’s syndrome, and how mental retardation is legally defined.
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APA Citation: Zirkel, P. (2011). What does the law say? Teaching Exceptional Children, 43(3), 65-67.
Author: Zirkel, Perry A.
Title: What Does the Law Say?
Journal: Teaching Exceptional Children
Publisher: Council for Exceptional Children
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