Lawsuit argues that Alaska exit exam discriminates against disabled students

03/17/2004 | NYTimes.com

Disabled Alaskan children and their parents have filed suit against the state Board of Education, alleging students with disabilities are not granted adequate accommodations on the state exit exams. The lawsuit predicts more than two-thirds of disabled seniors will be unable to graduate this June, when passing the exam becomes a requirement.

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