Video Case Study: Accommodating and Retaining Teachers with Disabilities
Simple accommodations can help schools retain and advance teachers with disabilities, fostering an inclusive culture.
Dianna Ivey, a middle school teacher from Vermont, shares her personal story of how simple accommodations for her Multiple Sclerosis help her meet the demands of her job while promoting a culture of inclusion among her students. In addition, Randi Weingarten, President of the American Federation of Teachers, talks about the benefits of accommodating teachers with disabilities.
Read more about Dianna's experience in this written case study.