Amsted Rail’s Hiring Practices Violate Disability Discrimination Law, EEOC Charges in Lawsuit
Amsted Industries, Inc. and Amsted Rail Co. Inc., a leader in the manufacture of steel castings for the rail industry, improperly used physical tests and applicants' health histories in the hiring process at their Granite City,...
Washington’s special-education programs are failing to help thousands of students reach their potential, but a new report sheds light on how the state can improve the programs and student outcomes.
Seattle Times Editorial
WASHINGTON’S special-education programs are in dire need of a major overhaul. Not only are students’ experiences...
Eleventh Circuit denies enforcement of overreaching EEOC subpoena
In Equal Employment Opportunity Commission v. Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd., No. 1313519 (11th Cir. Nov. 6, 2014) (per curiam), the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit denied enforcement of a broad EEOC administrative subpoena on the grounds that...
Frequently Asked Questions on Effective Communication for Students with Hearing, Vision, or Speech Disabilities in Public Elementary and Secondary Schools
Joint Document by the Departments of Justice and Education
Deciding Whether to Disclose Mental Disorders at Work
New York Times
Must I Really Consider All Accommodations?
Connecticut Law Tribune
Employers are required to engage in interactive process under the ADA
ADA Violations in New Rochelle Schools - Part V: Ward School
Talk of the Sound
This article is Part V in an Investigative Series by Talk of the...
Employer's Corner: Disability discrimination making the news
Macon Telegraph (blog)
A review of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s website reveals that since Oct. 10 at least eight headlines on the commission’s newsroom page have been made regarding disability discrimination. These range from articles on lawsuits to live twitter chats...