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Feb'20

Is the Disability Field Spinning a False Narrative of Increased Inclusion?

–Dale DiLeo, 2020 “My daughter graduated high school last year and wants a job, but her staff say she has …

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Aug'18

Another Wall Being Built: The Wall of Segregation

Many of us who have been in the field of the employment of people with disabilities have been working to …

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Sep'14

Sub-Minimum Wage Battle Heating Up

The continuing controversy regarding using sub-minimum wage for workers with disabilities (using special worker certificates under Section 14(c) of the …

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May'14

How to Evaluate Employment First Policies

Over the last few years, the Employment First (EF) movement has taken off in nearly every state and several Canadian …

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Apr'14

Finally! A Civil Rights Breakthrough

 The following is a guest post by my colleague Bob Lawhead. – Dale On April 8, 2014 the U.S. Department …

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Dec'13

The Two Sides of the Employment First Coin

Like a two-sided coin, the advocacy movement of Employment First has two core linked components.  The first side is about …

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Sep'13

Workshops: The Burden of Proof is On You

Over the last year, I’ve been in front of numerous audiences to discuss the concept of Employment First and the …

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May'13

A Future without Segregation

Can we realize a future where people with disabilities get the help they need without being segregated in a classroom, …

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Apr'13

The Good, Bad and Ugly: Trying to End Obsolete Sheltered Work in Oregon

The state of Oregon, like it or not, will have a spotlight shining on it as it plans the future …

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