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I have been trying to figure out if we can legally copy To Kill a Mockingbird   on 
CD for a student that is entitled to have it according to her IEP. It is not 
available for purchase, and we do not own a copy. A teacher borrowed it from a 
public library over the summer, and made a copy. Is she allowed to give this to the 
student to take home? Also, are other students allowed to borrow it even if it's 
not in their IEP?

We can borrow it for her, but last year there were no copies available to borrow 
from the public libraries in our area during the time that the students needed it.

I called Recorded Books, and they said they didn't think it was legal, but didn't 
seem too sure. Any advice would be helpful.

Thank you,
Lauren Cavallo
Madison Junior School
Madison, NJ

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