Harnessing Potential: Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Programming

The Conference Board of Canada, December 14, 2017 at 02:00 PM EST
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Colleges and universities across Canada have developed inclusive programs that are making post-secondary education and employment possible for students with significant learning challenges, cognitive and developmental disabilities, and acquired brain injuries.

Join the Conference Board’s Liz Martin and Durham College’s Shauna Moore as they examine the design and delivery of these programs, which frequently include curriculum modifications, tailored learning services, and supported work placements in the community.

Webinar Highlights

In this 60-minute session, they will discuss:

  • How these programs define and realize success;
  • Examples of uniquely designed inclusive programs that meet the needs of students and the local community;
  • Lessons that inclusive PSE programs offer for improving access to PSE and employment for all Canadians.

About Elizabeth

Liz Martin is a Research Associate in the Education and Strategic Initiatives group at The Conference Board of Canada. Her research focuses on skills and post-secondary education, including internationalization, linkages between PSE and secondary education, and private PSE and training. She is a graduate of Carleton University (MA) and the University of Alberta (BA).

About Shauna Moore

Community Integration Through Cooperative Education (CICE) Facilitator, Durham College

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