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Personalized Learning: Policy Insights from Four States

Apr 02, 2011 Publication
Briefs

Policy Brief describing key findings of case studies of four states using individualized learning plans to personalize the education experience and raise student achievement.

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Graduation Requirements and Diploma Options: What Families Need to Know (Dec. 2010/Jan. 2011 article in National PTA Magazine)

Dec 27, 2010 Publication

Article in National PTA Magazine providing guidance for families on helping students with disabilities understand high school graduation requirements and diploma options.

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Charting the Course: Supporting the Career Development of Youth with Learning Disabilities

Nov 08, 2010 Publication
Guides

Guide to improving services and outcomes for youth ages 14 to 25 with learning disabilities, including resources and tools for professionals working directly with youth.

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A male high school student in the school computer lab.

Understanding the Role of Individualized Learning Plans in Transition Planning for Youth with Disabilities

Jul 30, 2010 Publication
Briefs

InfoBrief explaining how an optional ILP can supplement the required IEP to help youth successfully transition from high school to employment and postsecondary education.

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Diverse group of high school students in class

Hidden Disabilities

Jul 06, 2010 Publication
Guides

Guide providing an overview of how to identify and screen for hidden disabilities, connect to formal diagnosis, provide appropriate accommodations, and identify support services.

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Career-Focused Services for Students with Disabilities at Community Colleges

Mar 20, 2009 Publication
White Papers

This is a case study of community college efforts to meet local workforce needs of employers while promoting career opportunities for students, including those with disabilities.

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