Abolish the Integration Presumption? Not Yet

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Professor Bagenstos that while Professor Colker’s arguments are compelling, “[h]er article fails to establish that the IDEA’s individualized integration presumption imposes significant costs, and . . . downplay[s] significant benefits of that presumption.” He concludes that the “supposed failure[s] of integration . . . reflect [more on] the education system’s refusal to provide true integration” than on the presumption’s validity.

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