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Sharron Rush of Knowbility says that the current scope of DEI thinking is much too limited: “Most diversity and inclusion initiatives have not extended the concept to include people with disabilities.”

At Knowbility, Sharron Rush Leads the Fight for Equal Technology Access

The Forrest Files: October 13, 2020

“The need for employers to accommodate workers of all abilities to work from home is a promising advance for the employment and learning inclusion of people with disabilities.”

“Promising trends are the fact that the industry is listening to people with disabilities and bringing the disability perspective into design processes earlier.”

“Beyond the primary civil rights aspects, the evidence is clear as well that natively accessible tech improves the experience of all users and lays a foundation for unanticipated and innovative uses and extensions.”

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