College and university administrators with disabilities: experiences in the workplace
In recent years, Disability has been argued as a minority group, no longer the exclusive realm of individuals born with disabilities. Disability is defined as a permanent state or chronic condition. Disability can enter into a person's life at any time. As a minority status, disability shares similar experiences with other minority populations, including assumptions and stereotypes about those minority groups. Research on the experiences of women and people of color who work in higher education has echoed similar experiences and perceptions common to those of college students and college graduates ...
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