I'm a little disappointed that almost everything that was announced during the
is only available for customers who pay to upgrade. Teachers don't get to make those choices, but they're the ones who use the tools.
Why when we go out of our way to make accommodations for children, do we stop when they become adults. Would we expect a student to do an online class without captions? No, so why do we expect adults to do it? Their needs don't stop because they turn 18?
Why does the
community have to advocate for their own access to information? Surely as hearing people we have an obligation to facilitate their access to that information without them needing to advocate?