Transitioning students with disabilities
Series or Serial: Adult and continuing education today; v. 21, no. 1, January 14, 1991
Publisher: Learning Resources Network
Published At: Manhattan, KS
Date Published: 1991
Distributor: Learning Resources Network
Source Address: 1554 Hayes Drive
Source City/State/Zip: Manhattan KS 66502
Phone: (913) 539-5376
Material Type: Article
Intended Audience: Program Manager
Physical Media: Print
Subjects: Adult Education; Special Needs Students
Demographics project increasing numbers of Americans with disabilities as our population continues to age. Adult education is increasingly involved with transitioning students with disabilities from high school to adult life. Adult education programs are being modified to serve disabled students.
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