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Section 504

504 Coordinators:

Christine Cordero - Services Elk Grove & American River Campuses
James Hartley - Services Capitol & Shingle Springs Campuses
Joanna Pastor - Services Carmichael & Orangevale Campuses

California law requires schools to provide a free, appropriate education to qualified disabled persons. When a student qualifies under Section 504, an accommodation plan is designed to meet the student’s special needs.

Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Section 504 is a civil rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in public and private programs and activities that receive financial assistance from the federal government. Section 504 guarantees students a free appropriate public education. Students who may not be eligible for services under the IDEA may be eligible for protection from discrimination under Section 504. Compliance oversight is provided by the United States Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights.

 

Contact Information

504 Coordinators:

5330 A Gibbons Drive, Ste 700

Carmichael, CA  95608

(916) 971-2432


Christine Cordero 
ccordero@cacmp.org 

James Hartley
jhartley@cacmp.org

Joanna Pastor
jpastor@cacmp.org