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What I Wanted as a High School Student With Cerebral Palsy

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When I entered secondary school, I quickly realized that everyone wanted different things out of their educational experience.

Some people wanted straight As, the perfect Year 12 score, the entry into the “best” university. Others wanted popularity — the prime “real estate” in the quad, the devoted flock of followers that would agreeably pose in the background of that “TGIF” selfie.

But my wish list, as a teenage girl with cerebral palsy, was driven by a desire for sameness more than success or social status.

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