Students with disabilities deserve an education that addresses their needs and prepares them for college or career along with their peers. But what does it look like to advocate career support for disabled students after high school graduation? Education Week describes several national initiatives, including a program in Rhode Island that “is now working to improve life outcomes for youths and adults with disabilities in three ways: through family engagement, self-determination, and work experiences for students before they leave school.”


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