Pursuing Equity for Black Students in K–12 Education: Exploring the Intersection of Race and Disability Thought Leader Conversation (TLC) Series
A conversation with experts focused on the intersection of race and disability in K–12 education. Explores ways systems can improve teaching and learning conditions and outcomes for Black students with disabilities or those who may be identified as having a disability. This session:
- Examines the historical biases in research in special education rooted in dominant culture that reinforce and fail to address inequitable experiences and outcomes for Black students.
- Considers criteria for critically analyzing research in special education that it often rooted in dominant culture.
- Identifies equitable research-informed practices to dismantle inequitable experiences and outcomes for Black students with disabilities or those who may be identified as needing special services.