This is a very common way to use ADA as a loophole. You would not believe how suddenly expensive captioning becomes…

This is a very common way to use ADA as a loophole. You would not believe how suddenly expensive captioning becomes when it’s required, for example.

Epilepsy, my life-threatening condition, is not your ‘undue burden’ – STAT

T he University of Notre Dame accepted James for this year’s freshman class. It was his first choice for an undergraduate education. No financial issues blocked him from going, no last-minute academic problems emerged during his final days of high school. But James is not attending Notre Dame; he is now a student at another top university.

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  1. Lisa Chabot says:

    Okay, Notre Dame’s administration is Full Of Shit. Even excluding the health issue stated, he’s better off elsewhere, and starting fresh is good too. What Swarthmore did was heinous, but at least they learned better.
    If they’re going to use these discriminatory practices, they should be disallowed from any public funds or tax breaks.

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