Seven Rules to Live by: Accommodations in Social Work Education and the Field
Students with disabilities are a growing population in higher education (National Center for Education Statistics, 2009). Providing accommodations for students with disabilities can raise ethical and social justice questions and pose challenges for social work faculty, administrators, and field instructors. Social work educators must balance the legal mandates for nondiscrimination and reasonable accommodation against ethical obligations around protection of clients and preparation for practice. This article presents case examples in the context of legal analysis to help social work educators make difficult decisions about student academic performance.
Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation
Neely-Barnes, S., McCabe, H., & Barnes, C. (2014). Seven Rules to Live by: Accommodations in Social Work Education and the Field. Journal of Social Work in Disability and Rehabilitation, 13 (4), 279-296. https://doi.org/10.1080/1536710X.2014.961113