Kutztown University denied a recent heart transplant patient his remote teaching accommodation request, arguing that the “fundamental alteration of the delivery of a course” is not a “reasonable accommodation” under the Americans With Disabilities Act.
The university says it received three other professors’ ADA accommodation requests to teach online this semester. It granted none.
Stephen Oross, the associate professor of psychology with the new heart, says Kutztown...
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