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Writers Against Racism: Scholarships for Students with Disabilities (Time Sensitive)

Romeo Riley by April M. Whitt is a teacher of students with Special Needs and new Children’s Author

A friend of mine tweeted about this wonderful opportunity for students with disabilities: Scholarships for Students with Disabilities The ChairScholars Foundation provides scholarships for college or vocational training to low-income students with severe physical disabilities – allowing them the opportunity to pursue their dreams. Any motivated young person with a physical disability and a dream […]

Writers Against Racism: Romeo Riley Series by April M. Whitt


I’d always had a heart to create the kind of literature I’d enjoyed since childhood, but practical need and a love for kids brought me into teaching (first English, then Special Needs.)  For many years I was a “closet” writer while working with the kids with disabilities. But after time, Romeo was just the natural […]

Writers Against Racism: Derrick Gay and Romeo Riley


On Thursday I will be interviewing Derrick Gay on issues of diversity and how we can best serve today’s students – all students.  We will focus on students with special needs since their voices are often the silent ones that are under the radar. Gay is an educational consultant that partners with independent and international […]