ARTICLES IN REACTION TO THE COURT’S DECISION:

 

The Detroit News–OpEd: Feighan: Special ed ruling won’t enforce itself

 

Huffington Post–Victory is for Everyone, Especially Students with Autism and Other Disabilities

 

Education Week–A Chance to Raise  the Bar for Special Education

 

Real Clear Education–The Supreme Court Sets a Higher Standard for Special Education

 

Washington Post–Why the word ‘merely’ turned many advocates for students with disabilities against Gorsuch

 

Huffington Post–SCOTUS Decision A Victory For Students With Disabilities

 

Education Week–Committee Backs High Court Nominee Despite Criticism on Special Education

 

The Loudon Tribune–Supreme Court Rules the Bare Minimum is No Longer Enough for Special Needs Children

 

The Christian Science Monitor–Why high court’s ruling on special education meant so much to parents

 

ABA Journal–Erwin Chemerinsky: Civil rights advocates win important victories at SCOTUS

 

National Conference of State Legislatures–Supreme Court Rejects Nominee Gorsuch’s View of Special Education Law

 

US News & World Report–Supreme Court Expands Rights for Students with Disabilities

 

The Washington Post–Supreme Court sets higher bar for education of students with disabilities

 

The Wall Street Journal–High-Court Ruling on Disabled Students Rejects Language Linked to Gorsuch

 

Daily Kos–Unanimous Supreme Court overturns a Gorsuch decision…in the middle of his confirmation hearing

 

Politico–High court rules public schools must do more to educate special-needs kids

 

Education Week–Unanimous Supreme Court Expands Scope of Special Education Rights

 

NPR–The Supreme Court Rules in Favor of a Special Education Student

 

Denver Post–U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Douglas County student disabilities case gets tangled up in Neil Gorsuch hearing

 

New York Times–Supreme Court Rejects Education Minimum Applied by Gorsuch

 

Christian Science Monitor–In unanimous decision, Supreme Court raises bar for special education (+video)

 

The Atlantic–How a New Supreme Court Ruling Could Affect Special Education

 

Forbes–Supreme Court Ruling Trumps Gorsuch On Education For Autistic Children

 

Disability Scoop–High Court Backs More Robust Standard For FAPE

 

The Progressive Pulse–U.S. Supreme Court: Schools must provide more than minimal education to disabled students

 

Jurist–Supreme Court rules school districts must individualize education for disabled students

 

The 74 Million–Supreme Court Sets New Standard for Special Ed, Unanimously Rejects Minimal School Progress

 

The Colorado Independent–The U.S. Supreme Court just strengthened rights for students with disabilities

 

JD Supra–Supreme Court Clarifies FAPE Standard in Endrew F. Case

 

Think Progress–While Gorsuch was testifying, the Supreme Court unanimously said he was wrong

 

ABA Journal–Supreme Court rules schools must provide special ed students a chance to make ‘meaningful progress’

 

Constitution Daily–Gorsuch testimony concluding amid ironic Supreme Court decision

 

The Huffington Post–Supreme Court Snubs Neil Gorsuch Right In The Middle Of His Confirmation Hearing

 

Time–The Supreme Court Struck Down One of Neil Gorsuch’s Decisions During His Hearing

 

Daily Intelligencer–The Supreme Court Just Gutted a Gorsuch Opinion–and Made Him Look Extreme

 

Esquire: The Supreme Court Struck Down a Gorsuch Ruling While Gorsuch Was Trying to Get on the Supreme Court

 

KUNC: Decision In Colorado Disability Rights Case Adds Twist To Gorsuch Hearinfs

 

Yahoo! News–As Gorsuch is testifying, Supreme Court undermines his decision in school disabilities case

 

Louisiana Weekly–SCOTUS decision could have ripple effect on NOLA Charters

 

Edmond Sun–Supreme Court unanimous in providing more educational opportunities for students with disabilities

 

WJCT–This Week In Education: Supreme Court Rules On Special Ed; Senator Slams Vouchers

 

Ed Week–Individuals With Disabilities Get New Rights

 

Huffington Post–Victory is for Everyone, Especially Students with Autism and Other Disabilities

 

New Hampshire Union Leader–Special needs shift: Disabilities decision resonates

 

Popsugar–Here’s Why the Supreme Court Ruling on Students With Disabilities Is Such a Big Deal

 

Associated Press–Parents empowered by Supreme Court ruling in special ed case

 

ARTICLES LEADING UP TO THE DECISION:

 The 74–Special Education at the Supreme Court: 7 Things to Know About Wednesday’s Endrew F. Case

 

The Atlantic: Is the Bar Too Low for Special Education?

 

ABC 10 (Sacramento, CA)––U.S. Supreme Court may decide education standard for children with disabilities

 

Bloomberg–SCOTUS Struggles With Duty Owed to Disabled Students

 

Bloomberg–Supreme Court Gets Between Schools and Parents

 

BLOG: William D. Goren, J.D. LL.M.–Endrew Oral Argument and Regulatory Developments

 

Boston Globe–What do schools owe disabled students? Supreme Court will decide

 

California Lawyer–The Scope of the IDEA Statute

 

Chalkbeat–Did Douglas County do enough to educate a child with autism? U.S. Supreme Court will decide

 

Christian Science Monitor–How US Supreme Court cases could reshape special education

 

The Courier–High court may put more bite into law for disabled students

 

C-SPAN–Interview with Carolyn Phenicie of The 74 Million

 

The Daily Camera–Differently-abled kids need a hand from high court

 

Denver 7 News–US Supreme Court will hear student disability case against Douglas County Schools

 

Denver Post–U.S. Supreme Court hears case on special-needs students that started in Colorado

 

Denver Post–Supreme Court to hear case involving autistic Douglas County School District student

 

Denver Post Op-Ed–What constitutes an appropriate education?

 

Denver Post Op-Ed–Children with unique abilities and their right to a quality education

 

Disability Scoop–Supreme Court considers whether to address FAPE

 

The Economist–The Supreme Court considers what states owe to disabled students

 

Education Dive–SCOTUS to hear arguments about learning requirements of special ed law

 

Education Week–Children With Disabilities Are Shortchanged

 

Education Week–U.S. Supreme Court to decide level of ‘benefit’ special education must provide

 

Education Week–High Court Argument to Center on Level of Benefits for Spec. Ed.

 

Highlands Ranch Herald–U.S. Supreme Court hears case involving autistic Douglas County student

 

 The Hill–Raise expectations, raise outcomes: Why we need equity in the special education system

 

Huffington Post–A Pragmatic Approach to Funding Special Education

 

Los Angeles Times–Supreme Court likely to boost public schools’ responsibilities to children with disabilities

 

New York Times–Justices Face Blizzard of Words’ in Special Education Case (includes link to text of oral argument)

 

NPR–Supreme Court considers how school support students with disabilities

 

Podcast:’ Amicus’ on Slate–And Then There Were Eight (interview with Jack Robinson begins at minute 30)

 

Podcast: ‘The World & Everything In It’

 

SCOTUSblog–Argument analysis: Justices grapple with proper standard for measuring educational benefits for children with disabilities

 

SCOTUSblog–Argument preview: What level of educational benefit is “appropriate” for children with disabilities?

 

Steedman Law–Oral Argument Analysis

 

Understood.org–IEP Case Argued Before Supreme Court

 

USA Today–Supreme Court to hear special education case

 

Wall Street Journal–Supreme Court Appears Ready to Bolster Support for Disabled Students

 

Washington Post–Why the Supreme Court special education case about a boy with autism is so sickening

 

Washington Post–Supreme Court to decide: What level of education do public schools legally owe to students with disabilities?

 

Washington Post–Supreme Court wrestles with defining rights for students with disabilities, including autism

 

Wikipedia entry on Endrew F.

 

Yahoo News–Supreme Court hears case today on disabled children and public schools