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Sarah Price received her B.A. in Elementary Education from the University of Michigan in 1995.  She spent a year as a City Year Chicago Corp Member providing educational supports to students on Chicago’s West side and engaging in other community service and leadership development opportunities.  In 1999, Sarah received her J.D. from the University of California’s Boalt Hall School of Law (Berkeley).  She returned to Chicago and began her legal career at the Chicago Coalition for the Homeless with a year grant from the Berkeley Law Foundation to provide community education and legal services to homeless students to ensure their access to a meaningful education.  For nearly a dozen years, she provided direct legal services and self-advocacy education for individuals with disabilities as a Staff Attorney and Intake Manager for the Civil Rights Team of Equip for Equality, an Illinois based disability advocacy agency. 


Sarah is the mother of a tween and a teen, and is a passionate believer that all students can learn. She has a particular interest in unlocking barriers to education, and in particular loves to work with individuals on increasing self-awareness, communication and self-advocacy skills.

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teaching to reach different learners and learning styles

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