A new work group has formed to draft an accreditation process for college programs for students with ID. Learn how you can get involved. Whether you are a student, family member, program staff or faculty member, your input is invaluable!
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In our first ever guest blog post, a mother shares the transformation her daughter made when educators presumed competence, treated her with respect, and truly included her.
A new school year is underway, and students are excited to begin classes and get back into their social circles and campus activities. College staff and parents often have questions on how to ensure the best outcomes for students, and we've got answers!
Liz Weintraub, host of Tuesdays with Liz, and Majolyn Munoz, a junior at Hostos Community College, share their thoughts on advocacy and the film Crip Camp.
At the National Coordinating Center, we collect lots of data from TPSID projects. In this blog post, Clare Papay, Evaluation Coordinator for the National Coordinating Center, shares and reflects on ways that data collectors can communicate data-related findings back to those who report the data.
Liz Weintraub and Denise Rozell from AUCD reflect on a conversation with students about the anniversary of the ADA. Read on for the answer to their main question, "Why is it important to know about the Americans with Disabilities Act?"
Every year since 2011, the National Coordinating Center has held a meeting for project directors and staff of the TPSID. While this year was virtual, it was still packed with fun and learning.
Our newest Knowledge and Translation team member sums up what she's been up to during her first 12 weeks on the job. Hint: it's a lot!
School is out, the weather is hot, vacation is calling. But did you know that there is still work you can be doing to help your inclusive college program? We share how to connect with your legislators while they are home for the summer.
Twenty years ago there were only a few college options for students with intellectual disability. There are now over 300 postsecondary programs nationally serving over 6,500 students. While this is impressive, we still have a long way to go. Stephanie Smith Lee shares how accreditation can help along the way.