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Sunday, July 21, 2013


Jane Strauss

No surprise, really. Religious institutions generally lag in real disability inclusion. This is why I wrote A Part or Apart? and its discussion guides. Not surprisingly I have had interest in it from parents and disabled folks, and little to none from religious institutions.

Barbara TherExtras

The threshold of disability inclusion is a bar set by someone outside of private schools supported by a church. Not all religious institutions may be correctly categorized this way but disability inclusion is seldom a part of the mission of private schools supported by a church.

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