Going to College: Going to College Assessment v. 1 (Paperback)
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Going to College: Going to College Assessment v. 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback 336 Pages / Published: 31/08/2005
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Going to College will provide counselors, educators, and administrators with a comprehensive review of best practices, program guidelines, materials, and strategies to help students with disabilities gain admission to (and complete) secondary education programs. The book will focus on six areas: transition planning, universal design, admission policies/eligibility for receiving services, curriculum modification and supports, employment preparation, and technology. This book will also describe current research needs and issues.

Publisher: Brookes Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781557667427
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 18 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"A comprehensive, readable, and much-needed guidebook for the growing numbers who have set their sights on going to college."--Madeleine Will"National Down Syndrome Society; former Assistant Secretary, US Department of Education" (09/25/2005)
"A great book for teachers, families, and staff at all levels of our educational system."--Richard L. Rosenberg, Ph.D."Lead Vocational Coordinator, Career Connection" (09/25/2005)
"Truly a treasure trove of information . . . I learned something new on every page. Anyone working in this field should have this volume at their side to guide them through the complexities of transition, adjustment, and survival in college for students with disabilities."--Wendy L. Newby, Ph.D."Assistant Dean, Emory College, Director of Faculty Resources for Inclusive Instruction" (09/26/2005)
"At last, a book that has captured the multifaceted and complex world of postsecondary education and its critical role in preparing young adults with disabilities for future careers and community life."--David R. Johnson, Ph.D."Professor and Director, Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota" (10/01/2005)
"An exceptional book that speaks to all of those involved in the matter of college and disability . . . an introductory resource [that] also presents stimulating ideas and concepts for even the most seasoned disability support services professional."--Todd Van Wieren, M.A., CRC"Disability Support Services Professional, Indiana University of Pennsylvania" (10/02/2005)
"Gives stories, strategies, and practical advice on keeping the [college] dream alive by informing students, families, and teachers who prepare students at the K-12 level as well as faculty who meet them at college."--Caren Sax, Ed.D., CRC"Professor, Department of Administration, Rehabilitation, & Postsecondary Education, San Diego State University Interwork Institute" (09/26/2005)
"An excellent reference about the process of ensuring equal access for students with disabilities in higher education, noting both individual and institutional responsibilities."--Jim Kessler"President, AHEAD" (09/26/2005)
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"A rare resource in an emerging area of great need." --Robert A. Stodden, Ph.D.

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