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From the American colonial era to the 21st century, people with disabilities experienced a revolution in status from objects of religious benevolence to wards of the state to civic leaders. Trace this remarkable story of reform and heartbreak, endurance and empowerment as you explore a broad array of primary sources with Disability History scholar, Graham Warder, and disability education leader, Rich Cairn. Examine emerging K-12 history standards from Massachusetts, California, and other states. Research a rich text set of primary sources to integrate into your teaching.
How can teachers engage their students with study of civic life, agency and community? By studying the history of post-Reconstruction American institutions and the struggles for Black equality and justice—even the simple right to live one’s life. Learn and develop effective strategies to work with primary sources relating to the Jim Crow Era, The Great Migration and the shift from rural to urban consciousness for Black Americans.