Monthly Archives: February 2013

Social Justice: Is It The Career for You?

Today is recognized by the United Nations as the World Day of Social Justice, a day that acknowledges many of the efforts to rectify inequities in our society. On this important day, we wanted to explore social justice as a … Continue reading

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Symmetrical Identities

In celebration of Black History Month, student and guest blogger Keri Gray shares her experiences with identity and disclosure within the African-American and disability communities. Disclosure is a personal decision for youth with disabilities. The The 411 on Disability Disclosure: A … Continue reading

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Unlocking Athletic Potential in Students with Disabilities

The end of the Super Bowl means many things to people, but for me it means water cooler talk can begin to transition from pro football to my much greater love, college basketball. I have been a basketball fan for … Continue reading

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The Power of Mentoring: Mariah’s and John’s Story

As National Mentoring Month draws to a close, the Institute for Educational Leadership’s Center for Workforce Development wanted to share another personal story on the power of mentoring. John is a mentor in the Ready to Achieve Mentoring Program (RAMP) … Continue reading

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