Tips for Parents of Children with Disabilities who want them to succeed in School

When it comes to disability and inclusion, despite good intentions, many schools don’t know what they don’t know. Also, only 61% of students with disabilities get a high school degree — so it is up to people with disabilities, and their loved ones, to educate and advocate for disability inclusion and success. This is especially true when enabling children with disabilities to have full access to education. While today on average only 1-in-3 working age adults with a disability have a job, studies show that 70% of young people with disabilities can get jobs and careers. Here are some tips to help parents advocate at school. Read More