How Microsoft Defined the Future of Inclusion in 106 Seconds

Who else only watches the Super Bowl for the ads? I’m surely not alone on this one, right? While there were quite a few winning ads, one in particular really grabbed my and many others’ attention! https://youtu.be/_YISTzpLXCY Microsoft’s “We All Win” ad tugs at the heartstrings as it introduces young gamers with various mobility limitations. ... Continue Reading →

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An Inclusive Society Starts With You

Inclusive. It’s a word that's been buzzing around for some time now. It inspires awards and congratulations for businesses who hire disabled people. It makes “honorary” teammates out of disabled students. It begets news stories about a "Good Samaritan" who helps a wheelchair user stuck on a snowy sidewalk. It results in those memes that... Continue Reading →

An Advocate’s Resolve

If we judge 2018 through social media alone...the twitter tirades, the sarcastic memes, the name calling, the ugly debate threads, the nauseating generalizations, the anger, so much anger (justifiably so)…one might think every ounce of humanity has left us. While sucked into this black hole of incivility, with bleary eyes and mouth agape, I sometimes... Continue Reading →

Parents, teach me your ways

By Cory Hanson I speak from experience when I tell you that the first few weeks of school for a teacher can be some of the most hectic, stressful times of the year. Between new classrooms, changing schedules, new district initiatives, meetings that could have been emails (I really need to finish setting up my... Continue Reading →

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