Closeup of a student's desk, where the student is studying for a chemistry midterm exam. Photo by Ava Iannuccillo | The Tufts Daily
Closeup of a student's desk, where the student is studying for a chemistry midterm exam. Photo by Ava Iannuccillo | The Tufts Daily

Cutting through the red tape of accessibility at Tufts, Part 2

Understanding academic accessibility inside the Tufts classroom.


When people hear the word “accessibility,” they often associate it with ramps, elevators and parking spots. While these are helpful aids to people with physical disabilities, the often overlooked issue, especially on a college campus, comes in the form of academic accessibility. One would think that Tufts as an institution of higher education would make academic accessibility a top priority within its classrooms. However, that is not always the case. Read more…


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