Monday, September 18, 2017

#CripTheVote Chat on Education

#CripTheVote Twitter Chat - Education - September 19, 2017 7 PM ET - Guest hosts: @DrSubini @EndInvisibility @SaveRyanWhiteD

Education has long been pushed as a silver bullet for Social Justice issues, yet many in our community have found and continue to find that the education system is often a barrier to disabled equality and worse actively contributes to our inequality. It is too big a topic for this chat to be comprehensive, but the chat will examine some of the very complex issues our community is engaged with in education.

How to Participate

When it’s time, search #CripTheVote on Twitter for the series of live tweets under the ‘Latest’ tab for the full conversation.

If you don’t use Twitter, you can follow along in real time here: http://twubs.com/CripTheVote

If you are overwhelmed by the volume of tweets and only want to see the chat’s questions so you can respond to them, check the @DisVisibility account. Each question will tweeted there 5-6 minutes apart.

Check out this explanation of how to participate in a Twitter chat by Ruti Regan: https://storify.com/RutiRegan/examplechat

Check out this captioned ASL explanation of how to participate in a chat by @behearddc - https://www.facebook.com/HEARDDC/videos/1181213075257528/

INTRODUCTORY TWEETS AND QUESTIONS
Welcome to the #CripTheVote chat on education. Please remember to use the hashtag when you tweet.
We are pleased to have guest hosts @DrSubini @EndInvisibility @SaveRyanWhiteD with us today!
If you respond to a question such as Q1, your tweet should follow this format: “A1 [your message] #CripTheVote”
Q1. What do you see as the top issues facing disabled people at all levels of the Education system? #CripTheVote

Q2. How did Disability & the experience of Ableism shape your educational experience? #CripTheVote

Q3. IDEA has been relatively unchanged since its Introduction in 1975 is it time for an overhaul? What would you change? #CripTheVote

Q4. How do ableism and racism work together in our school systems?

There is overwhelming evidence that Disabled students of color are the primary targets of the school to prison pipeline #CripTheVote

Disabled students of color are also far more likely to be disciplined & removed from school for same offenses as their peers. #CripTheVote

Q5. The administration is fighting for more charter schools. How will this affect disabled students? What can we do? #CripTheVote

Deaf students often come into school w. language development far behind non-Deaf peers a gap which is compounded once in school #CripTheVote

Q6. What are the factors that lead to Deaf students not being kindergarten ready and how can this be addressed? #CripTheVote

Q7. Has a focus on inclusive settings kept us from developing more inclusive teaching strategies? If so what do we need to do? #CripTheVote

Q8 What should we think about homeschooling/opting out of education systems that still fail to treat disabled students properly?#CripTheVote

Q9. How do we insist on higher standards for disabled students without making education too harsh, regimented, test-driven? #CripTheVote

Q10. Despite activists to showing the harm and danger of ABA it is still a 1st choice intervention. Why? What can be done? #CripTheVote

Thank you for joining the #CripTheVote chat on education. Please continue the convo!

Many thanks to our guest hosts @DrSubini @EndInvisibility @SaveRyanWhiteD. #CripTheVote

A Storify from today’s #CripTheVote chat will be up shortly.

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