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What Matters Most: Toward a Future of Flourishing

This keynote address provides an understanding of how the transition of youth with ID from high school can be supported. It includes information and analysis on the role of individual’s aspirations, others’ expectations, monitoring outcomes, building on individuals’ strengths, integration,

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Ending Segregation in Education and Beyond

This testimony explains the benefits of including people with ID and cites national and state data indicating that inclusion has stalled. Citation: Erik Carter. Ending Segregation in Education and Beyond. Testimony to President’s Committee for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities, December

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Press Release January 27, 2015: California Departments Agree to Transform Employment Services to People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

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The Rehabilitation Act: Outcomes for Transition-Age Youth

This study was conducted to assess the impact of the Rehabilitation Act on employment and postsecondary education outcomes of eligible transition-age youth.  It finds that VR may be serving only a small percentage of youth who could benefit from transition

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