I was reminded of my time during my S.U.P.W. classes in school. Those classes gave us students a space to express ourselves in the best way possible and the best form possible according to our interests. A space that often gets side-lined once you get into the grind. But A Day on Ginny’s Planet gives each one that open and judgment-free space that they need to revive their hobbies and interests and use that to freely express themselves.
Now is the time to ensure (even more strongly) that we find and apply solutions that can be used by diverse children, including children with disabilities, children connected with streets, children living in institutions, and so on. No more can we say that if a child is not able to come to school due to XYZ reasons, they cannot access education and learning.