Cornell Law School
The problem of unequal access to educational services in the US has received the attention of courts and legislators for several decades. A traditional source of inequality, increasingly addressed by scholars and law-makers, is the discrimination against students with disabilities, who were once deprived tout court of real educational opportunities.' In this field, legislative intervention has been momentous and political forces across ideological lines have converged to provide children with disabilities proper access to public learning. The reform of special education has achieved tangible results in the last thirty years and has provided children with unprecedented opportunities.
Bargaining and Distribution in Special Education
Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy
Available at: https://scholarship.law.bu.edu/faculty_scholarship/937
Also published in Progressive Lawyering, Globalization and Markets: Rethinking Ideology and Strategy, ed. Clare Dalton (William S. Hein & Co., 2007)