The decision was not unexpected and does not represent the end of the road for the accreditor, which plans to appeal the ruling to the secretary of education.
A long battle involving the City College of San Francisco and the commission that accredits it is about to enter a pivotal stage.
For a profession that practitioners often just fall into, many colleges find it difficult to provide adequate training and continuing education to new hires.
These campuses have advanced from doing the minimum necessary to meet the needs of those with mobility impairments to understanding that their experience should be the same as anyone else’s.
Some states have cut back on remedial education, saying it’s broken. But more and more students are packing into the classes, and questions about college readiness still linger.
Even students who aren’t enrolled at Landmark College can attend its summer program, where they develop strategies to help them succeed when they return to their home campuses.
How can an educator reassure her worried students when irresponsible legislators have granted a universal right to carry firearms, no training required?
Without the accommodation of extended time, students with reading disabilities only have access to a portion of the exam, whereas students who read easily have access to the entire exam.
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