1. A Brief History of Compulsory Education, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act, and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
2. Intelligence and IDEA in the Courts
3. Methodological Difficulties in Examining Intelligence and IDEA
Conflicts of Interest
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