Wednesday, September 18

(Cody Wilson/Daily Bruin)
(Cody Wilson/Daily Bruin)

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Andrea Grigsby/Daily Bruin

The UCLA School of Law hosted a roundtable discussion with Congressman Ted Lieu and survivors of conversion therapy Thursday to discuss a new bill that would allow for-profit conversion therapy to be recognized as a fraudulent practice. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)
The UCLA School of Law hosted a roundtable discussion with Congressman Ted Lieu and survivors of conversion therapy Thursday to discuss a new bill that would allow for-profit conversion therapy to be recognized as a fraudulent practice. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

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The UCLA Center for Accessible Education recently changed incentives for its note-taker program, in which students submit their notes to be used by students incapable of taking their own. The new incentives are a downgrade rather than an upgrade, and must be amended again. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

CAE does a disservice to both note-takers and students who need their notes

The UCLA Center for Accessible Education needs to take some notes on how to better serve students with disabilities. By law and university policy, CAE is required “to provide academic support services to regularly enrolled students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities.” One of these support systems is providing notes for students with learning, psychological or physical disabilities. Read more...

The UCLA Center for Accessible Education recently changed incentives for its note-taker program, in which students submit their notes to be used by students incapable of taking their own. The new incentives are a downgrade rather than an upgrade, and must be amended again. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

(Courtney Fortier/Daily Bruin)
(Courtney Fortier/Daily Bruin)