In this note from the field, I explore what is considered normal in educational linguistics when considering language in special education contexts through a Disability Studies in Education perspective. In highlighting theoretical perspectives that simultaneously complement and complicate one another, I argue that our field should more carefully consider processes of ableism and racism in issues of language and education.
Phuong, J. (2019). What Is Normal in Educational Linguistics?. 34 (1), Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/wpel/vol34/iss1/7