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Nicole Homerin

Nicole Homerin, M.Ed.

Nicole Homerin, M.Ed. (she/her) is an educator, disability advocate, writer, and lifelong learner. After spending many years working as a teacher of students with disabilities and reflecting on her own lived experience, she began to realize how many aspects of the education system actively work against what is best for students and their families. She has dedicated her life to unlearning ableism and finding creative and innovative ways to make learning accessible and equitable for learners of all ages and access needs.

Nicole currently serves as the Director of CVI Education for Teachers in The CVI Center at Perkins School for the Blind. She also serves on the Heumann Education Advisory Council for the Just Say Hi! Inclusive Education Curriculum created by the Cerebral Palsy Foundation.

Nicole holds a Master's Degree in Special Education from Boston College and a Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Boston University. She also holds an Initial Teaching License in supporting students with Severe Disabilities in Massachusetts and a Level 1 Education Specialist Credential in California in supporting students with Extensive Support Needs.

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