Students speak: Stories of postsecondary education
Students Speak: Stories of Postsecondary Education represent a collection of self-reports by students with intellectual disabilities who are either planning to attend postsecondary education, are currently attending postsecondary education, or have attended postsecondary education. The intent of this booklet is to illustrate successful strategies for inclusion in postsecondary education in the student's voices and to reveal the possible richness of typical life for students with intellectual disabilities given commitment to inclusive education communities. No analysis or comments are offered by others so as to allow the students' experiences, relationships, hopes, and goals to reveal themselves.
Whelley. T., Yaganeh, M., (2003). Students speak: Stories of postsecondary education. Honolulu, HI: National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports, University of Hawaii Manoa.
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