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Foundations for Supporting Students with Disabilities - A Guide for In-Country Teams

Posted By Administration, Thursday, June 6, 2019

 

Contributed by 2018-2019 Diversity Abroad Access for DisabilitiesTask Force members:
Lauren Schuller - Bentley University; Michael Alijewicz - ISEP; Cheryl Beverly - James Madison University; Wanda Dutton- SIT Study Abroad; Callie Frost - Binghamton University; Jenny Sullivan - Rochester Institute of Technology



Foundations for Supporting Students with Disabilities - A Guide for In-Country Teams

 

Students with disabilities are engaging in international educational experiences in increasing numbers, and this is great news! This document rests on the belief that support and access for students with disabilities enhances the experience for all international education stakeholders and that it is a shared responsibility to make sure students with disabilities have inclusive experiences abroad. The purpose of this document is to give context and resources for in-country international education staff on the subject of U.S. study abroad students with disabilities.


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