Disability and American Education is a 2 credit, in-person, undergraduate course offered at a public liberal arts university. It is designed to introduce students to issues related to disability in the context of American schools, both P-12 and post-secondary. In addition to introducing students to classroom practice, the course focuses on important theory in Disability Studies and the social and political history that has led to our systems of special education.
Harell, K. F. (2021). Disability and American Education. Syllabus, 10(1).