Pursuing a college education has become much easier for everyone thanks to online courses. A study done by Walden University and the University of Phoenix suggests that many college students with disabilities prefer online courses over traditional classroom education to avoid stigmatization and because of several other positive aspects. 692 more words
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A new report from Ball State University also published in the Journal of Postsecondary Education and Disability, investigated the college enrollment of students with disabilities and noted that access plays a large role in the selection process. 869 more words
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Local professionals mentored Shelby County Schools students with disabilities Wednesday as part of the district’s Disability Mentoring Day.
The mentors helped give the students hands-on training in areas such as customer service, sales and interview techniques. 164 more words
Popular culture abounds with romanticized references to underage students “cutting class,” “ditching,” and similar handles for the concept of children rebelliously daring to burst free of the pointless confines of the schoolhouse to roam about the city at will, playing pranks, getting into trouble, and in general doing what children will inevitably do when no adults are around. 356 more words
The Advantages of 504 Plans for Incoming Freshmen with Disabilities (Repost from iAchievelearning.com)
Below is an article I wrote for iAchievelearning.com about the benefits of securing 504 plans for a college-bound students with disabilities. Visit iAchievelearning.com for tutoring, test preparation, and other resources.