Individualized learning plans as an education transition planning innovation: Do they work for youth with disabilities?
Learning Areas:Administration, management, leadership
Conduct evaluation related to programs, research, and other areas of practice
Diversity and culture
Social and behavioral sciences
Differentiate between the experiences provided by Individualized Education Plans and Individualized Learning Plans in assisting youth with and without disabilities successfully transition to post secondary education and careers. Assess the usefulness of the experiences provided by Individualized Education Plans and Individualized Learning Plans in assisting youth with and without disabilities transition to post secondary education and careers.
Keyword(s): Disability Policy, Youth
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: Dr.Laura Skaff leads Altarum Institute efforts in the area disabilities and performance evaluation for health care professionals, disability policy, child health and well-being and community health care innovation. Prior to joining Altarum, Dr. Skaff was Commissioner of Social Services for the State of Minnesota, headed child protective services for the State of Maryland and served as a Policy Analyst in the Department of Human Serviceâs Childrenâs Bureau and Office of Human Development Services.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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