Are Colleges Gone Too Far For Accommodate Students With Disabilities?

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Have Colleges Gone Too Far to Accommodate Students with Disabilities? The former US President Bill Clinton said, “New information and communications technologies can improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, but only if such technologies are designed from the beginning, so that everyone can use them.” Discussing disabilities in general will take longer than one day. I am going to talk about physical disabilities .As the Longman dictionary defines physical disability is a limitation of a person 's physical functioning, mobility, dexterity and stamina. The issue of disability is not just a matter that concerns disabled people. It has been the problem for ages in the American history and if it is not controlled it can cause big fight. When someone is disabled, it does not mean that he or she cannot be educated. According to the Washington Post, education is the breath of life, without it man cannot survive. Education is free in America, which means everyone can obtain an equal education. One would ask if colleges have gone too far to accommodate students with disabilities. Colleges have not gone far enough to support the disabled. They have poor doors accommodations for students with wheelchairs. They tolerate, them but they do not welcome people with disabilities. Many colleges and universities have old buildings, which do not have easy access to the doors of some classes. Because of this, some students

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