What “My Kind” Can Offer: The Pressing Need for (More) Disability Studies and Disabled Scholars in Education Research
by Dorothy Bossman - November 13, 2015
This piece is a reflection on my experiences with disability in education, first as a student, then as a teacher, and ultimately, as someone who became disabled, but it is also an argument for a significant change in the manner in which most educational institutions treat, represent, and serve individuals with disabilities. I suggest that including the perspectives of more researchers and teachers who are disabled into the wider education research community is one way to begin this transformation.
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