The documentary,”Hold My Hand”, follows Eliza Schaaf, a young woman with Down Syndrome, who was raised under the principle of inclusion. Schaaf was dropped from her ceramics class by Southern Oregon University. SOU sited she required excessive supervision and limited her classmates time for instruction. Schaaf denies this and her classmates signed a petition refuting this fact and asked that she be reinstated.
Hold My Hand
2016-11-10T10:12:28-05:00By Ollibean|Categories: Advocacy, Entertainment, General, Inclusive Education, Lifestyle, Video|Tags: all disabilities, Bobby Moser, documentary, down syndrome, Eliza Schaaf, Hold My Hand, inclusion, James Parker, Ruby Stocking, Southern Oregon University, Virginia Thomasi|0 Comments
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