Hofstra Law Review


Rachel Summer


The article discusses a proposal to hold preschools legally accountable for bullying that is directed at students with disabilities in America as of 2015, and it mentions discrimination under Section 504 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as the legal aspects of peer-on-peer harassment and students' rights in the country. U.S. federal legislation and the creation of a deliberate indifference standard are examined, along with several education law-related legal cases in America.

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