by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Jul 26, 2016
“It would be better if disabled people were dead," the attacker said after turning himself in.
by Casey Quinlan Jul 4, 2016
Under IDEA, preschool-age children with disabilities are supposed to be identified. But there are many challenges to identifying those children.
by Alex Zielinski Jun 9, 2016
"This film will only make them feel worse, that their lives are less important. It will stick with them."
by Alex Zielinski May 2, 2016
According to the complaint, staff members commonly punched, spit on, slapped, sexually abused, and denied food from non-verbal women residents, some who only have the "functioning of a toddler."
by Cory Herro Apr 20, 2016
420,000 Americans with disabilities are employed this way, some at a rate of just pennies per hour.
by Casey Quinlan Mar 17, 2016
A new report finds black and disabled students attending charter schools were suspended far more often than white and non-disabled students.
by Alex Zielinski Mar 9, 2016
And insufficient media coverage of these cases isn't helping.
by Alex Zielinski Mar 1, 2016
"After watching the twelfth debate without a mention of disability, I had to do something."
by Casey Quinlan Feb 23, 2016
An analysis of enrollment data from The Guardian bolsters claims that students are being pushed out of Success Academy to improve the overall academic picture.
by Alan Pyke Nov 27, 2015
Trump leaps smoothly from controversial statements about Muslims to controversy over apparent on-stage mockery of a reporter with a congenital joint condition.