Students with intellectual disabilities will be welcomed on college campuses and allowed to continue their education and preparation for life, as inclusive pathways become part of the fabric of all colleges and universities throughout Colorado.
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While we won't be out in the community much in the next few weeks, we wanted to give you some insight into what our office/home work entails.
Inclusive Higher Education is not only some of the first exposure to inclusion for students with disabilities, but it can also be new for instructors. So how do they respond to students with intellectual disabilities in their classes?
An upcoming graduate shares her thoughts on Black History Month, students take on leadership roles, IN! board members tour UNC, and IN! launches a Young Professionals group.
Last summer, Isabelle, a student at University of Northern Colorado, participated in Youth Leadership Forum (YLF).