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Think College is dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving research and practice in inclusive higher education for students with intellectual disability.

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Think College is dedicated to developing, expanding, and improving research and practice in inclusive higher education for students with intellectual disability.

News from Think College Projects

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[Project: Inclusive Higher Education Network] The Think College Inclusive Higher Education Network brought together their team members and project partners on July 20th, in Cleveland, OH.  ...Read more
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[Project: National Coordinating Center] Whether your child is 10 or 20 or anywhere in between, you'll want to check out these new resources to learn all you can about a variety of options to pay for college.  ...Read more
Poster for July 18 & 19 Project Directors' meeting with Rock and Roll Hall of Fame theme
[Project: National Coordinating Center] The annual TPSID Project Director meeting was held in Cleveland, Ohio on July 18 and 19 where the 2020-2025 cohort was finally able to gather in person. It was a productive and enjoyable meeting for all! ...Read more
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Are you looking for research or data focused products? You can now access these resources through a central landing page created just for research products, TPSID annual reports, data focused presentations from the Think College team, and many more resources. ...Read more

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Here you will find curated resources on some of the most critical topics in inclusive postsecondary education. Each page features selected key resources, a link to additional resources we have on the topic in our Resource Library, related external links and Frequently Asked Questions on the topic.

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Click any state on the map to see information on activities related to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disability (ID) in that state. If there are policies and/or legislation related to postsecondary education for students with ID, we provide a link to that policy/legislation. If there is a statewide organization for inclusive PSE in your state, a link to information about that organization is provided. We also include contact information for someone in the state who can talk to you about postsecondary education for students with ID.

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INSIDE THINK COLLEGE BLOG | LATEST POSTS

Hear from one of the newer members of the Think College team about what they learned so far-- you just might be surprised!

This week's guest blogger is Think College Policy Advocate, Bridget Brown. Bridget is a student at University of Illinois Chicago and traveled to Washington, DC to advocate for more inclusive schools, community options, and competitive employment for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

This guest blog post is written by former Think College intern, Rachel Adams-Duffy. After graduating, Rachel was invited to speak at an elementary school where a fifth grade class recently read the book “Out of my Mind,” a book based on a character that was non-verbal and had Cerebral Palsy.