Legal guidance

1st November 2002 at 00:00
Anyone interested in disability rights in education is likely to find something of interest at the website of the Disability Rights Commission. The commission has published a code of practice to help schools understand the Disability Discrimination Act. While not a legal document, courts are expected to use the code when hearing complaints. You can find it at: www.drc-gb.orgdrcCampaignsPage431.aspNoNotwo

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