Disabling Racial Repetition
Righting Educational Wrongs: Disability Studies in Law and Education
Righting Educational Wrongs brings together the work of scholars from the fields of disability studies in education and law to examine contemporary struggles around inclusion and access to education. Divided into three parts, the volume explores the intersections between disability studies, law, and education in part one. Contributors in this section forge a theoretical framework for thinking about educational access. Part two takes a critical look at some of the histories of exclusion in education and ways that these exclusions have been upheld by a variety of educational policies and practices. Part three reflects on the ways that the Individuals with Disabilities in Education Act is experienced by students with disabilities and their families.
Zanita Fenton,Disabling Racial Repetition in RIGHTING EDUCATIONAL WRONGS: DISABILITY STUDIES IN LAW AND EDUCATION 174 (Arlene S. Kanter and Beth A. Ferri, eds., 2013)