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Lack of Disability Rights

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Courtney Hodge

on 1 May 2017

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Transcript of Lack of Disability Rights

Post secondary Education & Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
Horn, L. & Berktold, J. (1999). Students with disabilities in
postsecondary education. A profile of preparation, participation, and outcomes. Educational Statistics Quarterly, 1(3), 59-64.
Stodden, R. A. (1998). School-to-work transition: Overview of
disability legislation. In F. Rusch & J. Chadsey (Eds.), Beyond high school: Transition from school to work. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.
SHEP Winter Project. (2012). Retrieved May 01, 2017, from

Current Status
Post secondary Enrollment

Disabled Non-disabled

Enrolled 63% 72%
Type of institutions 2-year 4-year
4-year schools 42% 62%
Bachelor's Degree 16% 27%

(Stodden, 1998).
(Horn & Berktold, 1999).
Supported Higher Education Project
Alberta, Canada
*22 years
*85% more likely to get a job

Jeff Bradford- SHEP Director at University of Kentucky
*Those of Us DisLabeled.
In-class Support
Social Support
Academic Tutoring Support
To support individuals with intellectual disabilities in post secondary education so that they can get better jobs.
(SHEP Winter Project, 2012)
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