Reasonable Accommodations: A Faculty Guide to Teaching College Students With Disabilities
Published by The City University of New York Office of Student Affairs
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Teaching students with other disabilities: AIDS, Cancer, Cerebral Palsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Respiratory Problems, Seizure Disorders, Sickle Cell, Anemia, and Substance Abuse
Reasonable Accommodations: A Faculty Guide to Teaching College Students with Disabilities is published by The City University of New York. It was originally published by the Professional Staff Congress/CUNY in 1988 under the direction of Aaron Alexander, in consultation with a subcommittee of the CUNY Committee on Student Disability Issues and revised in 1995 and 2001.
Design: Olsen Muscara Design. Artwork: Janice Fried. Typing: Clare Beharry and Rosamaria Pedone. Printing: Labor Education Publishing Company. © 2001 CUNY.
Additional copies of this publication are available for $4.00. Make checks payable to CUNY, and mail to CUNY, Office of Student Affairs, 101 West 31 Street, Suite 907, New York, NY 10001.
Sources: The material in this publication is based on articles written and researched by members of the CUNY Committee on Student Disability Issues, and the following references:
Jane E. Jarrow, Title by Title: The ADA's Impact on Postsecondary Education (Columbus, Ohio: Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD), 1992);
Katherine Garnett and Sandra LaPorta, Dispelling the Myths: College Students and Learning Disabilities (New York: Hunter College/CUNY, 1984);
Higher Education and the Handicapped (HEATH) Resource Center, Factsheets (Washington, D.C., The National Clearinghouse Postsecondary Education for the Handicapped, American Council on Education);
Phillip S. Jastram and Guy C. McCombs III; Access for Handicapped Students to Higher Education (Washington, D.C.: United States Department of Education, 1985); Office of Civil Rights, USDOE, "Handicapped Persons' Rights under Federal Law" (Washington, D.C.: OCR, USDOE, January 1987);
Lynn Smith, The College Student With a Disability: A Faculty Handbook (Washington, D.C.: The President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped, 1980).
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