A resource for neurodivergent and disabled students
Our project promotes change in higher education across four pillars of accessibility, inclusion, safety, and critical pedagogy.
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We work to remove gatekeeping and institutional barriers to disabled students.
We support increased visibility of neurodivergent and disabled cultures on campuses.
We stand against stigmatization, discrimination, and criminalization of disability.
We believe that education should be empowering and must be de-corporatized.
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We believe that universities can do better in creating safer, more accessible, and more inclusive spaces for us. We identify and rank those schools that provide the safest campuses for students using clear, precisely defined metrics. We also promote critical thinking about academia, neurodivergence, and disability.