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Moving On: The Two-Four Step: How Students With Disabilities Can Transition from 2 to 4-year Colleges

This Hand-out, in PDF form, is for and about college students with disabilities who have the desire and potential to transition from 2-year colleges to succeed in a four-year postsecondary programs. The article includes steps, advice, resources and references for interested students and postsecondary professionals.

DO-IT, UNIVERSITY of WASHINGTON

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Posted by: debdeb808 on Fri Oct 14, 2011 at 9:22 a.m.

Basic summary with some good ideas. Does not give a lot of information, but a good place to start with some relevant statistics.

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