Dallas-based disability accommodations expert, AMA


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Dallas-based disability accommodations expert, AMA

Postby theventriloquist » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:49 am

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Re: Dallas-based disability accommodations expert, AMA

Postby Bulla » Wed Apr 19, 2017 3:10 am

If LSAT is still causing trouble, report them to DOJ for violating the consent decree. Thank the Obama's DOJ era.

Under the consent decree, LSAC has agreed to:

put a permanent end to the practice of flagging the LSAT score reports of individuals with disabilities who take the LSAT with the common testing accommodation of extended time;

pay $7.73 million to be allocated for a civil penalty, compensation to individuals named in the United States’ and other plaintiffs’ complaints, and a nationwide victims’ compensation fund;

streamline its evaluation of requests for testing accommodations by automatically granting most testing accommodations that a candidate can show s/he has previously received for a standardized exam related to post-secondary admissions (such as the SAT, ACT or GED, among others); and

implement additional best practices for reviewing and evaluating testing accommodation requests as recommended by a panel of experts (to be created by the parties).

https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/law-scho ... le-justice

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