One teacher. Thirty-eight students. Students with unique needs, challenges, backgrounds, and learning styles. Teachers, admirably dedicated to the education of…
Recently, I’ve heard a lot about how ableism exists in our society and how to push back against it.
Since July is Disability Pride Month, it is important to think about those with hidden disabilities that you might not notice at first glance.
Disability Pride Month was created by President George H. W. Bush on July 26, 1990, when he signed the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Happy Disability Pride Month! Take this time to learn more about disabilities, such as autism.
Whether invisible or visible, many people live with disabilities daily, and there’s a lot of stigma and stereotypes revolving around people who have disabilities. Here are some ways to unlearn them and be better allies.
Happy Disability Pride Month! This month is not only a time for the disabled to celebrate who they are, but also for everyone else to work on becoming better allies.
In recent years, there has been a lot of focus on social issues of diversity and inclusion, particularly in the workplace.
While social media is still becoming more accessible, it has a great potential for promoting inclusivity, especially disability advocacy.