[caption id="attachment_54157" align="alignleft" width="150"] The DRC maps pathways to associate's and bachelor’s degrees and provides multiple assistive technologies to help students with disabilities thrive.[/caption]

From a very young age, Susan Gjolmesli knew that she wanted to be a teacher. Owing to a genetic condition, she suffered from visual impairment, and because protective laws for disabled people were still decades away, she was plagued by discrimination and was consistently belittled or ignored by potential employers.

“They were very negative, and I never secured a teaching position,” she said. “I was deflated and demoralized and went...

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