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INCLUSION DAILY EXPRESS
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Friday, October 10, 2003
Today's list includes 37 items. Some sites may require registration.
Editor's picks -- those considered particularly interesting, newsworthy or well-written -- are noted by the number sign (#).
# (Employment / Laws) EEOC release: Job applicants with disabilities to benefit from Fact Sheet on Rights Throughout Hiring Process
# (Employment) EEOC release: EEOC launches national forum series on 'Realities and Opportunities in the 21st Century Workplace'
# (Eugenics) "Breeding Perfection" by Edwin Black
# (Education) Marcos de Niza homecoming king rules Tempe school with kindness
# (Education - inclusive) New School makes a difference
# (Education - inclusive) Expert brings passion to Chula Vista schools
(Crime) Woman arrested for exploiting residents of group home
# (Communication / Children) Sign language is not only for the deaf
(Crime / Criminal justice system) Teen accused of abducting girl has troubled past, officials say
(Education - special) How Woodland strike will hurt students with special needs
(Institutions) Country Care, county agree to lease
(Death penalty) Death penalty advice given -- regarding convicts with mental retardation
(Children) A Role Model At An Early Age
(Criminal justice system - not specific to disabilities) Bill would require videotaping of police interrogations
# (Children) Fourth-grader doesn't see blindness as a roadblock
# (Community living) AARP: Elderly would prefer home care
(Education - special) Staff, parents follow fired principal to a new school
(Health care) State writes off counties' Medicaid debt
(Misc - sheltered workshop) Heritage Centers seeks Southtowns facility
# (Employment) Valley companies get accolades for employing disabled
(Institutions - nursing homes) State program to assist elderly immigrants with nursing home care costs
# (Technology) Technology opens books for teenager
# (Employment / Families) Work of Special Ed Students Irks Parents
(Accessibility / Technology) Deque leads blind to GE -- site unseen
# (Education) Friends push each other to finish marathon
(Crime) Child-killer refused counselling
(Crime) Banff events probed -- Autism Charity Fundraiser could be a scam
# (Accessibility / Laws) Parents: Disabled bay ban is outrage
# (Accessibility / Laws) Cinema fined for poor lighting
# (Arts) Exhibition 'a fantastic success'
(Community living) Home 'starved' of cash
(Children) High-fives cheer doers
(Employment) Threat of strike at Blindcraft factory
(Advocacy / Health care) Psychiatrists against discrimination of mentally ill
(Misc) 'Our Leaders Forgot Us'
(Institutions) Mission of Caring
# (Sports / Awareness) Disabled man to row Atlantic
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