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What Works, When, for Whom, and With Whom: A Meta-Analytic Review of Predictors of Postsecondary Success for Students with Disabilities

This article presents a meta-analysis of 1984-2010 studies of in-school predictors of postsecondary employment, education, and independent living of youth with disabilities. The meta-analysis includes multistakeholder collaboration as a predictor of postsecondary outcomes.

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Haber, M.G., Mazzotti, V.L., Mustian, A.L., Rowe, D.A., Bartholomew, A. L., Test, D.W., Fowler, C.H. (2016). What Works, When, for Whom, and With Whom: A Meta-Analytic Review of Predictors of Postsecondary Success for Students with Disabilities. Review of Educational Research, 86 (1), 123-162.

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