Individuals who take prescription medication for ADHD are subjected to urine drug screens. Without any national standards, testing policies are inconsistent, determined by providers or insurance companies.
Disability activists fight for equality in the South
March 27, 2023 | Delaware Public Media
A new coalition fights for disability justice in 14 states across the southern U.S.
Biden Administration Calls For End To Corporal Punishment In Schools
March 27, 2023 | Disability Scoop
The U.S. Secretary of Education called for an end to corporal punishment, which remains legal in at least 23 states, with students of color and students with disabilities disproportionately affected.
Ensuring Quality Programs for Students With Intellectual Disabilities
March 27, 2023 | Inside Higher Ed
A newly-formed council looks to become the first accreditor of higher education programs for students with intellectual disabilities.
‘Hire Disabled Writers, Not Just a Disability Consultant,’ Demands Letter From Dozens of Creators
March 24, 2023 | Variety
A group committed to advancing the work of screenwriters with disabilities released an open letter asking producers to hire writers with disabilities for film and television projects in place of being hired as low-paid consultants.