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MOA Compliance Resources


The links and documents below are offered as reference sources, organized by MOA compliance category. These resources are also listed in the Secondary MOA Compliance Checklist and Postsecondary MOA Compliance Checklist.

For further information on MOA Compliance or the contents of this page, please contact Karin Moscon, Thea Conbere, or Dana Hathaway.

To file an ODE civil rights complaint, please visit the Complaints and Appeals page. To file an OCR civil rights complaint, please visit the Complaint Assessment System page.

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  1. ODE Section 504 Web Page
  2. ED: Section 504 Parent and Educator Resource Guide
  3. ED: Protecting Students with Disabilities
  4. Disability Discrimination: Overview of the Law
  5. U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Technical Assistance on Testing Accommodations -- For individuals with disabilities who take standardized exams and high-stakes tests. Students with a history of academic success may still be a person with a disability who is entitled to testing accommodations under the ADA.
  6. ADA: Information and Technical Assistance
  7. ADA: Additional Guidance from OCR -- The Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issued additional guidance about how the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments of 2008 affect public elementary and secondary programs. In most cases, these rules should shift inquiries away from the question of whether a student has a disability, and toward the school district's obligations to ensure equal educational opportunities.
  8. U.S. DOJ FAQ (2015) about Service Animals and the ADA (ADA website) and U.S. DOJ Revised Rules (2010) on Service Animals under the ADA
  9. OCR Reading Room