Prior to her doctoral studies, Subini Ancy Annamma was a special education teacher in public schools and youth prisons. Currently, she is an Associate Professor at Stanford University who focuses her research on how education practices and processes constrain or afford success for youth of color with disabilities. This focus is especially important given the overrepresentation of youth of color with disabilities in discipline, seclusion and restraint, and school-based arrests in and lower graduation rates from public schools. Dr. Annamma focuses on how the above routes push youth of color with disabilities out of public school and into carceral facilities. Once in youth incarceration, she examines how incarcerated youth of color with disabilities get support to address their education needs. In this discussion, Dr. Annamma will focus on how prison-schools attend to the needs of girls of color with disabilities and is also happy to talk about any of the above topics regarding youth with disabilities and special education.