Why Designing for Disability Leads to Better Solutions for Everyone

Why Designing for Disability Leads to Better Solutions for Everyone

By: Mindshift | Published 13 April 2018 In her TEDx talk, Elise Roy describes how losing her hearing when she was a child forced her to become an excellent problem solver because she was able to identify issues someone else might not have ever noticed. Growing up, she...
Education and Disability: Analysis of Data from 49 Countries

Education and Disability: Analysis of Data from 49 Countries

By: UNESCO, 28/03/2018   In-depth analysis confirms that persons with disabilities are less likely to ever start or complete education and acquire basic literacy skills   A new paper from the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS), Education and Disability, presents...
Rethinking How Students With Dyslexia Are Taught To Read

Rethinking How Students With Dyslexia Are Taught To Read

By Emily Hanford, senior education correspondent for APM Reports, 14 March 2018 Dyslexia is the most common learning disability, affecting tens of millions of people in the United States. But getting help for children who have it in public school can be a nightmare....
OECD: Germany’s disadvantaged teens performing better in school

OECD: Germany’s disadvantaged teens performing better in school

Disadvantaged kids in Germany are performing better at school than they did a decade ago. According to the OECD, that’s likely thanks to a positive classroom environment and a mix of students from diverse backgrounds. A growing number of socially disadvantaged...
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