As a parent of a teen with high needs who might never leave home I always wonder – what are the most important skills I can teach my youth in
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Mayor London Breed announced a free tax preparation service that many low-income people with disabilities might want to take advantage of. Read the official press release here. SAN FRANCISCO LAUNCHES
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When thinking about jobs, students with disabilities may worry they won’t find a good fit. The strong message in high school (or even earlier!) is students must get bachelor’s degrees.
This article on EdSource talks about a proposed alternative diploma pathway for students with disabilities who are in life skills classrooms. Read the article at New pathway to a diploma
On the topic of Young Adults (18+)