From the December issue of American School and University magazine's article "Planning for Inclusion":
For 15 years, schools and universities have been striving to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and make their programs and facilities accessible to people with disabilities. It's not uncommon to see education facilities outfitted with ramps, elevators, special parking spaces, curb cuts, playground equipment and signage -- all in an effort to negate the obstacles that prevent people with disabilities from using the facilities with ease.
But for those administrators who are responsible for making sure their campuses are accessible, the effort requires continual vigilance. As a campus changes, potential impediments to those with disabilities can arise....
Also, check out this Texas-based group: Accessology. Amazing outfit that is really having an impact of excellence on how we school planners do our job.