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Hear from one of the newer members of the Think College team about what they learned so far-- you just might be surprised!
August 9, 2022
This legislation, enacted in July 2022, includes provisions that remove barriers precluding persons with intellectual disabilties (ID) and autism from participating in state colleges and universities.
August 8, 2022
One important aspect of program development is to create a program budget reflecting anticipated expenses and program income. These three proforma budget examples are provided to assist programs in developing their own budget.
August 2, 2022
One way to help students with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (IDD) succeed in their college and career endeavors is to provide training and support to secondary staff working with transition-aged students and professionals providing services in college.
July 27, 2022
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.
July 26, 2022
This presentation highlights partnerships across university campus to enhance inclusive learning experiences for students with intellectual disabilities.
July 23, 2022
How are youth with intellectual disability and autism preparing for postsecondary education and employment? In this recorded presentation, Think College staff, Meg Grigal and Clare Papay, share findings from the Institute of Education Sciences funded Moving Transition Forward project.
July 21, 2022
This infographic provides a picture of inclusive postsecondary education for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Florida.
July 15, 2022
This bill, passed in 2022, establishes scholarships (College Transition Program Scholarship) for students with intellectual disability (ID) attending a CTP inclusive postsecondary program. In-state students may receive up to $5,000/semester in scholarship money, regardless of financial need.
July 14, 2022
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.
July 12, 2022