School Board of Nassau County v. Arline

a person with the contagious disease of tuberculosis may be covered under section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
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Other titlesSchool Board of Nassau County versus Arline
StatementNancy Lee Jones
SeriesReport (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- no. 87-238 A, Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1987-88, reel 1, fr. 00657
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Audio Transcription for Opinion Announcement - March 03, in School Board of Nassau County, Florida v. Arline William H. Rehnquist: The opinion of the Court in No. School Board of Nassau County, Florida versus Arline will be announced by Justice Brennan.

William J. Brennan, Jr. The superintendent of schools for Nassau County, Craig Marsh, then testified as to the school board's response to Arline's medical reports. After both her second relapse, in the spring of and her third relapse in Novemberthe school board suspended Arline with pay for the remainder of the school year.

at School Board of Nassau County v. Arline, case in which the U.S. Supreme Court on March 3,ruled (7–2) that an individual with the contagious disease tuberculosis could be considered handicapped under Section of the Rehabilitation Act of The case centred on Gene Arline, an elementary.

Gene Arline could no longer teach elementary school because she had tuberculosis, a contagious disease. The superintendent of schools in Nassau County, Florida dismissed her after it became clear that her illness was recurrent.

The superintendent of schools for Nassau County, Craig Marsh, then testified as to the school board's response to Arline's medical reports. After both her second relapse, in the spring ofand her third relapse in Novemberthe school board suspended Arline with pay for the remainder of the school year.

Id., at 4 * Mrs. Gene Arline first contracted tuberculosis in at the age of fourteen, after which the disease went into remission. In she was hired as an elementary school teacher in Nassau County, Florida, and did her job competently for thirteen years.

The following are exerpts from the U.S. Supreme Court's majority and dissenting opinions last week in School Board of Nassau County, Fla.

Arline. JUSTICE BRENNAN delivered the opinion of the. Mar 03,  · 1. Wests Supreme Court Report. Mar 3; School Board of Nassau County, Florida v. Arline. U.S. Supreme Court. KIE: After suffering a third relapse of tuberculosis in two years, an elementary school teacher in Nassau County.

The superintendent of schools for Nassau County, Craig Marsh, then testified as to the school board's response to Arline's medical reports. After both her second relapse, in the spring ofand her third relapse in Novemberthe school board suspended Arline with pay for the remainder of the school year.

Id., at Author: Supreme Court of United States. United States Supreme Court. SCHOOL BD. OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLA.

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School Board of Nassau County v. Arline Arline argued that her tuberculosis qualified her as a handicapped person and that she was protected under Section of the Rehabilitation Act of The Supreme Court affirmed the decision of the Court of Appeals.

As HIV/AIDS gained. School Bd. of Nassau County v. Arline, U.S. () The school board based its decision on the fact that, even though the teacher had recovered and was still physically able to teach, her condition was potentially contagious and therefore posed a threat to the health of others.

Finding that the contagious effects of a disease cannot. U.S. Supreme Court SCHOOL BD. OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLA. ARLINE, U.S. () U.S. SCHOOL BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA and Craig Marsh, Individually and as Superintendent of Schools of Nassau County, Florida v. Citations are generated automatically from bibliographic data as a convenience, and may not be complete or accurate.

This second scenario would be inconsistent with the bases purpose [of the Act], which is to ensure the handicapped individuals are not denied jobs or other benefits because of the prejudiced attitudes or the ignorance of others (School Board of Nassau County V.

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School Board of Nassau County v. Arline () DREDF joined with other national disability advocates to file an amicus brief on behalf of 36 members of Congress in Arline, a landmark case addressing the question of whether persons with contagious diseases (such.

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STUDY. PLAY. Brown v. Board of Education. Separate but equal was not equal. This was later applied to handicapping conditions. School Board of Nassau County v Arline. Established that contagious disease are a disability under Section of the Rehabilitation Act.

School Board of Nassau County v. Arlineestablished that contagious diseases are a disability under Section of the Rehabilitation Act and that people with them are protected from discrimination if otherwise qualified (actual risk to health and safety to others make persons unqualified).

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This did not include college athletics and so Title IX did not apply to ex-coach's challenge to discharge); Arline v. School Board of Nassau County, F.2d (11th Cir) (Rehabilitation * Act; school district's receipt of non-earmarked funds extended application of Act to all programs paid for from District's general fund); Jacobson v.

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