Another Way to Track the ADA Restoration Act

Posted on 28 August 2007. Filed under: ADA Restoration Act of 2007, Advocacy |

I recently discovered that there is a web site that seems to be automatically tracking blog posts on the ADA Restoration Act. I haven’t explored it closely yet, but you can check it out at http://technorati.com/posts/tag/Americans%20with%20Disabilities%20Restoration%20Act. It does seem to link to at least a few posts I hadn’t discovered on my own yet, though I haven’t had time yet to read them for myself.

I discovered this because I suddenly seemed to be getting a lot of traffic from technorati.com.

I still also direct you to the ADA Restoration Act blog for the latest news (plus links that can help you learn more).

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Greetings, I am Michele. On 9,13,1985 I survived a deadly car wreck. I now substitute teach in Gen. and Spec. Ed for a district in L.A., CA while I pursue a Spec Ed. Credential at a Cal State Univ. My GPA is over 3.46 and I am being denied the Level 1 Credential with my thus far successful work reentry being blocked. Please guide me to ease the path forward. I am multilingual with a passion for Fine Art and regularly create warm rapports with students.

Sorry — I am not a lawyer, nor am I any kind of specialist in ADA law.

Maybe try the ADA information line (more information about which at http://www.ada.gov/infoline.htm)


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