Raymond and I discuss our grandparents, the gun culture of the family, immigrant labor, and our Uncle Bob.
On July 20, 2017, Midland's current President & CEO, Shawn M. McInerney, interviewed Dr. Edward Scagliotta, Former Executive Director and Founder of The Midland School - a nonprofit School and specialized program for children and young adults with intellectual and...
Kathy discusses growing up in Greenbelt and choosing to live in Greenbelt as an adult.
Martha Ann Stallings and Kenna Colley discuss including students with disabilities in classrooms
Born and raised in Hong Kong with a disability. Went to sch in Hong Kong, Kansas city & San Francisco. Now living in America as a stand-up comedian. He's also a passionate artist/photographer at one point of his life but...
I discuss the positive and negative outcomes of social change with my grandma.
Angie Fryer became a teacher in the 1960s at Trinity University, and went on to teach in San Antonio, Mesquite, and Abilene, Texas. Later she worked with students in Arizona, Alabama, Texas, Mississippi, and Kansas.
Interviewing my grandmother about her late husband and what it was like to take care of him with his disabilities.
This is an interview with 13 year old Charlie, who struggles with dyslexia. He talks about his obstacles both in and out of school, and how he overcomes them. He also offers advice to teachers and students on this subject.