Monday, December 14, 2015

Surprising idea for special education students: Go to college


It turns out that, at least for a small segment of the Portland area's young adults with intellectual disabilities, college will in fact be possible. Some college officials say such programs will prompt society to stop automatically writing off people with intellectual disabilities as "not college material."
College attendance by people with intellectual disabilities has been shown to translate into better jobs with better pay and greater independence.

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