From High School to College: Steps to Success for Students with Disabilities
“This is the guide that I wish existed when my dyslexic son was preparing to make the transition from high school to college.” Kyle Redford, Teacher and Education Writer
“Elizabeth Hamblet has written the definitive book on the transition from high school to college – not only for students with learning differences, but for students in general.” Ned Hallowell, ADHD expert
College is a different world from high school and the laws, expectations, and culture around disability services and accommodations are different, too. Elizabeth Hamblet, a learning specialist/consultant in Columbia University's disability services office and recognized transition speaker and writer, has written a one-of-a-kind, step-by-step guide that is an essential resource for college-bound students, their families, and the special educators and school counselors who work with them.
This second edition has been updated to include recent research and reflections from college disability services directors, successful college students, transition specialists, relevant subject-area experts, and parents. See a table of contents and look inside the book here.
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