Online – If We Ran Schools – Youth Perspectives on Disability and Deaf Culture

In this fourth in the Understanding Ableism series, we will be discussing
Ableism and Disability & Deaf Justice in the public school setting.
In this presentation, participants will:
• Identify some key issues in the current public school system, from the perspective of Deaf, Blind, and disabled youth ranging in age from middle school to graduate school students.
• Identify what improvement would look like, including how they might act in solidarity as educators and community members to address disability justice.
• Recognize how student wisdom can shape local and state education policy and practices.

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Hosted by: King County Disability Consortium
Presented by: Governor’s Office of Education Ombuds, Inclusion for All, PAVE, and Roots of Inclusion