Third Position writes: "Employers are facing more uncertainty in the wake of a letter from the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission warning them that requiring a high school diploma from a job applicant might violate the Americans with Disabilities Act. Employers could run afoul of the ADA if their requirement of a high school diploma screens out an individual who is unable to graduate because of a learning disability that meets the ADA's definition of disability, the EEOC explained."
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