Special program and other school administrators regularly confront the issue of whether students under their charge are entitled to receive homebound instruction and if so, what procedures and criteria they should apply in coming to a proper decision. Where a student is entitled to such services the administrator must decide what subjects must be taught as well as their duration, intensity and frequency. Although virtually all state legislatures have addressed a student’s right to receive homebound instruction the right to such benefits may intersect with those arising under federal laws such as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act {IDEA/2004), the Rehabilitation Act (§ 504) and the Americans with Disabilities Act, thereby creating confusion for many administrators. ACCESS FULL MANUSCRIPT AT: http://cnx.org/content/m15855/latest/

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