Consider Additional Support for Your Students Through Collaboration With Your Academic Support Area
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Disability Compliance for Higher Education
At the end of a term, you might learn of a student with a disability who has failed her courses. This student did everything correctly concerning her disability. She self‐advocated and contacted you prior to beginning her courses. She submitted her disability documentation, self‐advocated to her instructors, and requested as well as received accommodations in her courses. But she still failed.