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Restrained and Secluded: How a Change in Perspective for Students With Disabilities and Simple Science Can Change Everything

Students with disabilities are more likely to be restrained, secluded, suspended, expelled, and subjected to corporal punishment. Learn how neuroscience and a new lens on behavior can reduce and eliminate punitive practices.

Jacobs v. Salt Lake City School District

Amicus brief explaining that children with disabilities must have access to education in their neighborhood schools.

Ybarra v. Gittere et. al.

Amicus brief in a death penalty case filed to prevent a man with an intellectual disability from facing execution.

Griffith v. El Paso County Colorado

Amicus brief filed explaining that people with disabilities, including people who identify as having gender dysphoria, are not required to show that their exact disability is well-settled across the courts and are entitled to compensatory damages for emotional distress under Title II of the ADA.

Acheson Hotels, LLC v. Laufer

Amicus brief filed in case before the Supreme Court that will decide whether testers – disabled people who investigate compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) – have the ability to sue businesses for discrimination when their rights under that law are violated.