Kids say the darndest things at the worst moments, often to the embarrassment of their parents. So it comes as no shock when a child stares and points at someone who looks different — after all, it’s natural to be curious about something new.Read Full Story
Merriam-Webster says inclusion is the act or practice of including students with disabilities in regular school classes. In fact, we have laws to protect this right. But is inclusion really working if the concept gets tossed with leftover birthday cake?Read Full Story
This week, the New York Post published a story about “rich Manhattan moms” allegedly hiring disabled tour guides in order to skip the lines at Walt Disney World theme parks. Clearly meant to rile readers up, the story did just that.Read Full Story
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