These programs make college possible for students with developmental disabilities

For students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, opportunities to attend college may appear few and far between. But this is changing, thanks to inclusive postsecondary education – known as IPSE – programs at colleges across the United States. Here are some important things to know about these programs.

Inclusive postsecondary education refers to programs at colleges and technical schools that provide career and transitional training to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Today, only about 2% of the approximately 420,000 eligible children with intellectual disabilities attend an IPSE program after high school.

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