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A Peanuty Dilemma
Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 91, No. 7 (April 2010): pp. 59-63.
By Dianne L. Hoff and Sidney N. Mitchell
Designing school accommodations for students with potentially life-threatening peanut allergies is a daunting challenge for schools. Parents of children with peanut allergies put a lot of pressure on schools to make them peanut-free, even though medical and legal experts say that is not a sound, or even workable, solution. One solution is to establish a Food Allergy Action Plan that includes reasonable accommodations that are legally defensible, multi-tiered, and age appropriate.(5pp.)
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