Toward a Truly Inclusive Classroom

Erin Scanlon

OPN talks to a physics professor whose research focuses on reimagining education to better include students with disabilities.

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Students who enter STEM fields are becoming increasingly diverse—in disability status as well as in gender, race and sexuality. In the United States, for example, the National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics reports that in 2019, 9.1% of all STEM doctoral graduates identified as having a disability.

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