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History of the LAC

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by Stephanie Daniels on 11 May 2012

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Transcript of History of the LAC

The History
of the LAC

1973
Rehabilitation Act passed into law, preventing discrimination against those individuals classified as learning disabled.
1989
Xavier begins providing services to students with disabilities.
Learning Assistance opened in Kuhlman Hall.
1990
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) passed into law.
1991
ADA compliance required from all federally funded educational institutions.
LAC tutoring program begins for students with disabilities.
1997
Tutoring opened to all students at Xavier. Only 4 tutors were employed!
2000
2007
Study Groups formally organized through the LAC.
2002
Study skills program begins.
2006
Structured Study Groups begin for General Chemistry and General Biology.
Supplemental Instruction (SI) format adopted for General Biology, General Chemistry, and Organic Chemistry.
2010
SI started
for A&P.
LAC relocated
to the CLC.
2013
Assistive Technology
Learning Center opens
on the 3rd floor of CLC.
1993
2014
Academic Coaching begins to support students with disabilities in organizational and study skills.
Current statistics: over 100 student employees work at the LAC.
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