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  • 1. HUDSON CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT v. ROWLEY (Doug Kerr 2008)
  • 2. Legal Summary EnrichmentNancy Berger and Timothy McKean EDL 585 Azusa Pacific University
  • 3. Case ScenarioAmy Rowley, KindergartenFM Hearing AidTraining for teachersPersonal Interpreter(2 week trial period)
  • 4. Case ScenarioAmy Rowley, 1st GradeFM Hearing AidTraining for teachersPersonal InterpreterWork with tutor for deafstudentsWork with Speech Therapist
  • 5. Pre-court AppealsSchool Districts Committee on theHandicappedIndependent Examiner
  • 6. Appellate Courts
  • 7. Free and Appropriate Public Educationnot achieving as wellas “she could if shewere not deaf and thuswas not learning asmuch . . . as shewould without herhandicap”(McFarlane 2012, p8)
  • 8. U.S. Supreme CourtPetition forWrit ofCertiorariSTARE DECISIS-"to stand bythat which isdecided."
  • 9. Two QuestionsWhat is meant by “Free and AppropriatePublic Education?”What is the role of the State andFederal courts in exercising the thereview? ?
  • 10. Supreme Court Decision “ . . . the intent of the Act was more to open the door of public education to handicapped children on appropriate terms than to guarantee any particular level of education once inside” (MacFarlene, 2012, p. 49)Thomas Loepp, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States
  • 11. Blackmun’s Concurrence“...offered her anopportunity tounderstand andparticipate in theclassroom that wassubstantially equal tothat given her nonhandicappedclassmates.” (Mead, & Paige, 2008, p. 2) Everett Raymond Kinstler, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States
  • 12. Dissent “Amy, without a sign language interpreter, comprehends less than half of what is said in the classroom less than half of what the normal children comprehend. This is hardly an equal opportunity to learn, even if Amy makes passing grades”
  • 13. Decision in PracticeThe Rowley TestPassing MarksProcedural SafeguardsTrust SchoolAuthorities
  • 14. Following Rowley Cadillac vs. Chevrolet Argument 1997 IDEA Ammendmentsvs. J.L. V Mercer Island School District,
  • 15. SourcesCrockett, J. & Yell, M., Without data all we have are assumptions: Revisiting themeaning of a free appropriate public education, Journal of Law & Education, July 2008,Vol. 37 (3), p381-392.Hersh, C.L. & Johansen, I. M, Free appropriate public education in the fourth circuit,School of Government, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2007,Johnson, S., Rowly forever more? A call for clarity and change, Journal of Law &Education, January 2012, Vol. 41, No.1, p25-44.Kaufman, A.K. & Blewett, E., When good enough is not longer good enough: how the highstakes nature of the no child left behind act supplanted the Rowley definition of freeappropriate public education, Journal of Law and Education, January 2012, Vol.41, No. 1p8-23.Macfarlane, M., The shifting floor of educational opportunity: the impact ofeducational reform on Rowley, Journal of Law & Education, January 2012, p 48-69.Mead, J. & Paige, M., Board of Education of Hendrick Hudson v. Rowley: An Examinationof its Precedential Impact, Journal of Law & Education, July 2008, 37 (3) p 329-345.National Center of Accessing the General Curriculum, Post IDEA97 case law andadministrative decisions: access to the general curriculum, a policy paper for educatorand families.
  • 16. Photos Doug Kerr. (Photographer). (2008). Westechester county, new york. [Web Photo]. Retrieved fromhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/dougtone/4331743203/sizes/o/in/photostream/ (2008) Deaf Student [Web Photo] Retrieved from: http://education-portal.com/articles/Teaching_the_Deaf_an_Issue_in_Many_States_ http://nylawblog.typepad.com/suigeneris/federal_decisions/ Open Democracy (Photographer). (2007) US Supreme Court. [Web Photo] Retrieved fromhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/opendemocracy/761487307/ Thomas Loepp, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States [Web Graphic] Retrieved fromhttp://www.oyez.org/justices/william_h_rehnquist Everett Raymond Kinstler, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States [Web Graphic] Retrieved fromhttp://www.oyez.org/justices/harry_a_blackmun Kevo,Jose (Photographer). (2009). Yo y mis estudiantes Retrieved from [Web Photo]http://www.flickr.com/photos/jose_kevo/3860952848/ Justice Byron White [Web Photo] Retrieved from http://lawyersusaonline.com/dcdicta/files/2009/06/byronwhite.jpg