Students with learning disabilities, reasonable accommodations, and the rights of colleges and universities to establish and enforce academic standards: Guckenberger v. Boston University.

  • Paul Blanck
  • Published 1997 in Mental and physical disability law reporter

Abstract

In 1996, students with learning disabilities enrolled at Boston University (BU) brought a class action lawsuit in U.S. district court claiming discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other federal and state laws. In August 1997, federal district court Judge Patti B. Saris found that, in a number of significant respects, BU had… (More)

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