Legislative Influences on Adapted Physical Activity and Sports in the USA
This presentation includes an identification and analysis of legislative influences on adapted physical activity and sport in the United States of America since the 1970s. The constitutional basis for and practices leading to important legislation are examined.
KeywordsSpecial Education Equal Protection Constitutional Amendment Constitutional Principle Individualize Education Program
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