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[Project: National Coordinating Center] The Emerging Advocates Student Group is a discussion group for people with intellectual disability who are in college or just finished college, or who might be thinking about college. The group was created for students so they can share ideas and learn tips together about advocacy.  ...Read more
[Transition Leadership Program] Through the Transition Leadership Program (TLP), UMass Boston offers a transition leadership certificate that focuses on the transition from high school to adult life for young people with a wide range of disabilities. The TLP is now accepting applications for September 2023. ...Read more
[Project: Inclusive Higher Education Network] The Employment Partnership Affinity Group is an open-access group for individuals who want to learn about successful systems-level employment partnership collaborations between institutions of higher education, vocational rehabilitation agencies, developmental disability agencies and employers. ...Read more
Piloting the Program Accreditation Process
[National Coordinating Center] The National Coordinating Center's Accreditation Workgroup is currently seeking college or university programs for students with intellectual disability (ID) to pilot a program accreditation process.  ...Read more

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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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This week's blog post is a short acrostic poem based on the word Thankful, and includes numerous things this blogger is thankful for. 

Danie and Susanna reflect on the first year of the Think College Inclusive Higher Education Network and the top 10 things the Network has accomplished since funding began on October 1, 2021.

Sheila Johnson, Knowledge Translation Associate for Think College, reflects on the valuable lessons she learned about work from a former colleague at ICI and current friend, Ashley.