The Long Reach of Inclusive Education

Across the globe, many students with disabilities face challenges in accessing high-quality education. Longstanding misconceptions exist regarding the capabilities of children with intellectual, physical, sensory, and learning disabilities to benefit from formal education. These misunderstandings have, for generations, driven educators to deny these students access to formal schooling.

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Categories: Education

Wanted: A Dose of Prevention in the ACA

Five years in, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has improved the delivery of health care in the United States. In my latest piece for the Huffington Post, I argue that more could be done, especially in preventing disease and promoting wellness, if we are to have a healthier nation in the next generation.

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Categories: U.S. Health

Fighting Data Poverty: How Simple Technologies Can Make Research on Marginalized Communities Easier for Everyone

As researchers dedicated to the public good, part of our mandate is to ensure that marginalized communities receive the research attention they need and deserve.

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