For Students with Disabilities, In-Class Accessibility Goes Beyond Paperwork
May 2, 2019
By: Audrey Kennedy
Source: Minnesota Daily
For Angela Carter, disability is more than a field of study.
A Ph.D. candidate and instructor at the University of Minnesota studying feminism and disability studies, Carter identifies as a non-apparent disabled person.
“I think about disability sort of always,” she said. “I always knew I wanted to be an educator, but after becoming disabled [in college], it made me realize how inaccessible higher education was.”