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High school and beyond: Students with significant disabilities complete high school through alternative programs in post-secondary settings

High school and beyond: Students with significant disabilities complete high school through alternative programs in post-secondary settings

This article provides parents and others the information they may need to initiate postsecondary education options for students with significant disabilities ages 18-21. The article explores the goals programs may wish to address, how students should prepare for such postsecondary education options, as well as the locations, classes and activities that programs typically offer. The article also offers suggestions on how families can garner the institutional and interagency supports needed to staff and sustain new programs.

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Moon, M. S., Grigal, M., & Neubert, D. (2001). High school and beyond: Students with significant disabilities complete high school through alternative programs in post-secondary settings. Exceptional Parent, 31(7), 52-57.

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2001
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