Extracurricular Activities and 504 Plans

George Wilkerson


Schools today are faced with an ever-growing number of case law regulating them with regards to students with disabilities. This regulating does not only occur with students with disabilities, but also with their participation in interscholastic sports (Sullivan, 2000). Schools are charged with providing equal education for a variety of students, not just in the classroom but in school programs as well. This article deals with a hypothetical situation that involves a student with a 504 plan. Discussed is what schools can do with regards to students with 504 plans when participating in extracurricular activities.

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