Increasing the dialogue among stakeholders in New Jersey’s special education system

Student Perspective: The Partially Defined Struggle

by Jeremy Einbinder Because cerebral palsy is neurological, my brain is my body and my body is my brain. The physical impairments associated with cerebral palsy may be my most obvious issue, but it’s impossible to completely separate my physical issues from my social...

Student’s Perspective: The Song Remains the Same

By Sam Huber As someone on the autism spectrum who has also coached ASD college students, I have noticed that there is this “I am an outsider” feeling. That’s because an ASD person needs accommodations to complete his college courses, making our college experience...

Student Perspective: College Material

By Jordan Westwood Self-advocacy skills are important no matter what setting you are in, whether it is in middle school, high school, college, or the work place. I started advocating for myself when I was in fifth grade. I asked my grandmother if I could come with her...