About the RRTC
Welcome to the Rehabilitation Research & Training Center: The vision of the National Center is to move beyond what has and has not worked in the past, towards a new system of educational supports for people with disabilities in the 21st century. Postsecondary programs of the future must foster high expectations, build self-confidence, and develop an understanding of strengths and weaknesses of all students. All teachers, support persons, and agency providers must focus upon the use of individualized supports and technology to meet each student's needs and promote a successful transition to a chosen career.
The Collaborative members of the National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supports are The University of Massachusetts/Boston; the Virginia Commonwealth University; the University of Minnesota; Association for Higher Education and the Disabled (AHEAD); with the University of Hawaii. The consortium members of the National Center are The DO-IT Project of Washington University; the Ohio State University; and the Bridges Project of Holt High School/Lansing Community College.
Bibliography on College and Students with Learning Disabilities
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