Top Five Section 504 Errors Redux

September 2013Top Five 504 Errors

About this Article

In a previous issue of ELA Notes, Perry Zirkel provided a brief set of practical tips, in the form of No-No’s, concerning eligibility under Section 504.  In  light of the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act (ADAA), which reversed various judicial interpretations of the definition of disability in Section 504 and its sister statute, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), he offers this “redux” of the biggest 504 errors.

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Read the article: http://nichcy.org/wp-content/uploads/docs/journals/Common504Errors.pdf

APA Citation:  Zirkel, P. A. (April, 2013). Top Five Section 504 Errors Redux, ELA Notes 48(2), 14-15.

Authors: Zirkel, Perry A.

Title:    Top Five Section 504 Errors Redux

Year:   2013

Journal:  ELA Notes

Publisher:  Education Law Association

Volume: 48

Issue: 2

Pages:  14-15

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