SHAWNEE, Oklahoma – Parents just outside the metro are pushing for schools to become compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA.) They say barriers around the play equipment at their son’s new school are a big problem.
ADA compliance at playgrounds is a real problem across the state. The playgrounds are barricaded to retain the woodchips, but it’s those barriers that have children like Luke Stafford simply looking on as his classmates enjoy his favorite time of the day.
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