This course blew my mind on the regular! The number of aha moments about society and systemic ableism and intersectionality of systemic isms was mind boggling. This course affected not only my advocation for students in the k-12 system but informed my own struggles with systemic ableism as a professional with a disability. I have completely changed my teaching practice to focus much more heavily on universal design and entry points for as many diabilities as I can muster. It has shaped my interaction with students to focus more on the individual and thier relationship to education and with out a doubt thier relationship with their educators. I am finding it so timely given my current class composition. In my opinon this should be a required course!