Setting Priorities

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Gina Hale over at Special Ed Insider blog takes on the "scarcity of resources" argument against inclusive design in a very grassroots way -- at the local school. She asks about making pools accessible but the argument gets to the roots of attitudes and the resulting allocation of resources.

See the piece Pools Not Just for Athletes.

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