legality vs accomodation vs equal vs really?
The question I continually graple with is currently college isn't a right it isn't part of your basic education. Some of this has to do with money. When eliminated the money involved with education I see college as a right. What I question myself on is accomodations are about making the playing field equal in college everyone that is in college at 4 year institutions are there because someone has thought they can achieve. Which I love because there is no questions about can you do the work. However in the same respect I struggle with is college the next age group appropriate spance should special education in the respect of a group of people who can not achieve at the same level not that there is a barrier that they can not achieve be allowed to go to college. Is then the continual expansion of the next step of education meaning grad school even more expanded. College however is not about success in very real ways if you fail people care but they will not really think you deserve to succed. So it is kind of this wierd dicadomy they accept people who they know can achieve so if you are in disability servuces your job is to help them figure out the best way to reach the ability to achieve. However not neccisarly mean that they will sucede. It is an odd place. Routinely i think people think that accomodations mean success but they don't they just mean you can truely have the opportunity. I guess that is with all students though.