Section 504 handbook on line and request for comments

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This is an opportunity to provide comments to the Section 504 handbook and process. Follow the link in footnote 4 to get an on-line copy of the 504 handbook. Regards. Carol _______________

This message is sent as a courtesy from the National Council on Disability. Questions should be directed to the Federal Communications Commission. Thank you. DA 07-1396 Released: March 23, 2007 THE CONSUMER & GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS BUREAU SEEKS COMMENT ON THE FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

On Mar 26, 2007

FYI --

Link in Footnote 4 does not work as a clickable -- copy & paste it into browser & remove the final "dot" or period (which is actually sentence punctuation, not part of the web address) & then it will work.

~Eliz

Edited for clarity, I hope.

[This message has been edited by ajas_folks (edited March 26, 2007).]

On Mar 26, 2007

Couldnt get the links to work, but I am rather technically challenged.

On Apr 11, 2007

Re-raising.

On Apr 11, 2007

Try this link instead of above (I removed final dot/period)

[url="http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro/section_504.html"]http://www.fcc.gov/cgb/dro/section_504.html[/url]

On Apr 11, 2007

I just took a brief peek at this.

Personally, I see no relevance to this document for the context of the school environment, so if the intent was to obtain feedback for that purpose, I'm not seeing the connection.

This might be something worth posting in the Adults section if people would like to review from the perspective of those who might interact with the FCC.

Section 504 is broad civil rights legislation. [i]Only certain subsections apply to the school environment. [/i]

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