Curb cuts marked a pivotal moment in disability activism decades ago, but the ramifications were broader. The same principle is true in education: Centering those most underserved can have widespread benefits, and we certainly see this playing out during the COVID-19 era. That’s what this first-ever issue of Learning for Justice magazine explores.
From stories on the foundational nature of language access and prioritizing students’ humanity to community-based approaches to school safety and redefining virtual learning, this premiere issue examines lessons learned from educating during the pandemic—and during our program’s 30-year history.
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