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Jumping the Queue: An Inquiry into the Legal Treatment of Students with Learning Disabilities Hardcover – Mar 17 1998


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Kelman and Lester maintain that tough decisions must be made about which students deserve resources beyond those allocated to their classmates, concluding that pedagogic policy should dominate the treatment of students with learning disabilities. They argue that the concern should be how best to divide scarce educational monies, and that experimentation that permits educational organizations to provide different services to individuals should be allowed. (P.A. Cordeiro Choice)

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Mark Kelman is William Nelson Cromwell Professor of Law at Stanford Law School.

Gillian Lester is Acting Professor of Law at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law.

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