P.A.R.C., Mills and Special Education


Until 1975, children with disabilities in the U.S. weren't guaranteed the right to a public education. The ruling in Brown v. Board sparked a series of cases related to children who had been segregated or restricted from schools based on disabilities.

Topics in this Podcast: U.S. history, 20th century, education, American history, civil rights, Supreme Court, disability, 14th amendment, Brown v. Board