How schools can help students with disabilities transition to college

06/8/2013 | Guardian (London), The

Secondary schools that prepare students with disabilities for the transition from high school to college help them stay in school longer and choose the best academic path, assistant headteacher Alan Tilley writes in this blog post. Tilley writes about a transition program at his school that includes nights when colleges market their programs to parents and students and campus visits, so students can become more comfortable with their future schools.

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