Those who advocate for students with learning disabilities say the scandal has the potential to undercut progress they have been making in gaining acceptance.
By Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed
Walmart plans to replace the greeter position with a "customer host" role that requires the employee be able to lift heavy weights, climb ladders and do other tasks.
By Michael Rubinkam, Associated Press
In May, FEMA said it was reducing the number of disability advisors per disaster from 60 to 5.
By Zoe Rohrich
After Starbucks announced on July 9 it would phase out plastic straws from its stores by 2020, disability rights activists were concerned the policy would exclude some people with disabilities.
By Molly Enking
In our NewsHour Shares moment of the day, the IMPACT:Ability training program is a self-defense class with a twist: It's specially designed to empower people with disabilities and teach them abuse prevention and safety skills. Special correspondent Tina Martin of…
“I have a choice everyday I wake up, I can look at myself as the poor guy with a disability or I can go out and inspire people,” Ryan Hudson-Peralta said.
By Julia Griffin
Derrick Campana made the jump to animal prosthetics and orthotics 12 years ago -- when few, if anyone, created artificial limbs for dogs and other pets.
By Sally Ho and Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press
For school districts still getting their financial footing after the Great Recession, the Medicaid changes being advanced as part of the health care overhaul are sounding familiar alarms.
By Judith Graham, Kaiser Health News
The new rules are set to go into effect in July, but they may be delayed as President Donald Trump’s administration reviews regulations that have been drafted or finalized but not yet implemented.
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