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Report on Model Accreditation Standards for Higher Education Programs for Students with ID: A Path to Education, Employment and Community Living

Report on Model Accreditation Standards for Higher Education Programs for Students with ID: A Path to Education, Employment and Community Living

The National Coordinating Center Accreditation Workgroup submitted this statutorily mandated report to the US Department of Education Secretary in December, 2016, summarizing the work of the Accreditation Work Group and outlining the Model Program Accreditation Standards that were developed. HEOA required the National Coordinating Center to convene a workgroup of experts to develop model standards and identify the key components of higher education programs for students with ID.

APA Citation: 

National Coordinating Center Accreditation Workgroup (2016). Report on Model Accreditation Standards for Higher Education Programs for Students with Intellectual Disability: A Path to Education, Employment, and Community Living. Boston, MA: University of Massachusetts Boston, Institute for Community Inclusion.

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2016
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