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Thursday, June 8 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Using Disability Rights Laws to Keep Children in School and Out of Trouble LIMITED

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This session will cover how disability rights laws can be strategically used to help students of all ages. It covers content from the recent publication by A. Kalvesmaki & J.B. Tulman, J.D. "A systems theory analysis for ending the school-to-prison pipeline: Using disability rights laws to keep children in schools and out of courts, jails, and prisons."


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Andrea Kalvesmaki Graduate Assistant

Utah Education Policy Center, Utah Education Policy Center
Andrea Kalvesmaki's research addresses the role of policy in shaping outcomes for students. This presentation is based on her recent published chapter on using disability rights laws to prevent the unnecessary removal of students from schools. She is a research scholar with a BA... Read More →



Thursday June 8, 2017 1:30pm - 2:20pm
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