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July 2001 E-News


Announcements

The latest news and information from around the country.

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The Resource Zone


NCSET Resources

 

2001: A Transition Odyssey -- Technical Assistance about Transition and the Rehabilitation Act  (June 2001)
NCSET Institute Proceeding

http://www.ncset.org/institutes/proceedings/2001_06_07.asp
Proceedings of the Capacity Building Institute held June 7-9, 2001 in Minneapolis, MN.

 

Parent Involvement in Postsecondary Education  (August 2001)
NCSET Teleconference Transcript

http://www.ncset.org/teleconferences/transcripts/2001_08.asp
Presented by Teresa Whelley, Research Coordinator National Center for the Study of Postsecondary Educational Supporters, University of Hawaii; Sheryl Burgstahler, Assistant Director-Information Systems, Computing and Communication Director. Teleconference held August 7, 2001. DO-IT, University of Washington


Other National Resources

 

Secondary School Reform, Inclusion, and Authentic Assessment PDF document
Brief

http://www.wcer.wisc.edu/riser/Brief%203.pdf
Addresses the intersection of reform, inclusion, and assessment from the "Schools of Authentic and Inclusive Learning" perspective. Includes recommendations for assessment practices that are inclusive and encourage effective secondary school reforms. Produced by the Research Institute on Secondary Education Reform (RISER) for Youth with Disabilities.

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Get Wired!


Web Sites

 

Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF): Advocating for disability civil rights since 1979

http://www.dredf.org/
The leading national law and policy center in disability civil rights. This site provides time-sensitive alerts on policy and legislation, a parent advocacy discussion forum, legal cases, publications, newsletters, and more. Produced by the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund (DREDF).

 

HEATH Resource Center: Online Clearinghouse on Postsecondary Education for Individuals with Disabilities

http://www.heath.gwu.edu/
HEATH is the national clearinghouse on postsecondary education for individuals with disabilities. Information exchange, products and articles about educational support services, policies, procedures, adaptations, and opportunities are available.

 

Information for Educators from DisabilityInfo.Gov

http://www.disabilityinfo.gov/digov-public/public/DisplayPage.do?parentFolderId=61
This section of DisabilityInfo.gov offers information on educational programs and resources available throughout the federal government, including Individualized Education Programs, college opportunities, school-to-work transition, and tools for educators.

 

National Youth Development Information Center (NYDIC)

http://www.nydic.org/
Provides practice-related information including research, evaluations, publications, projects, programs, policies and regulations, foundations and federal funding opportunities, and career development geared toward national and local youth-serving initiatives.

 

Nth Degree

http://www.thenthdegree.com/
A creative and well-designed site supporting inclusion, diversity, and advocacy. Includes products, writings, and stories as well as a good list of useful links related to the independent living, inclusion, diversity, and disability rights movements.

 

Social Security Online: Kids and Families

http://www.ssa.gov/kids/
Sponsored by Social Security, this Web site page provides two different very innovative, interactive learning opportunities - one for children and one for youth - to learn about Social Security and its programs.


Listservs

 

Justice for All E-Mail List

http://www.aapd.com/JFA/JFAsubscribing.html
Justice-For-All is an e-mail network designed to disseminate political action alerts regarding disability issues.

 

Our-Kids Listserv

http://listserv.syr.edu/archives/our-kids.html
A listserv for caregivers of children with disabilities, with discussions including the seeking and sharing of information, moral support, and the sharing of child and family milestones.

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