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Pathways for Disabled Students to Tertiary Education and Employment - Publications and Reference Documents
Publications and Reference Documents
- OECD (2011), Inclusion of Students with Disabilities in Tertiary Education and Employment/
OCDE (2011), L'inclusion des étudiants handicapés dans l'enseignement tertiaire et dans l'emploi
- Ebersold, S. (2008), Pathways for People with Disabilities Towards Tertiary Education and Employment: Preliminary Findings from a Literature Review Covering Selected OECD Countries; OECD, Paris
Les parcours vers l'enseignement tertiaire et vers l'emploi des personnes handicapées : Premiers éléments d’analyse à la lumière d’une revue bibliographique menée dans certains pays de l’OCDE; OCDE, Paris.
- OECD (2003), Disability in Higher Education, Paris.
Dee, L. (2006), Improving Transition Planning for Young People with Special Educational Needs, Open University Press.
Dyson, A., et al. (2004), Post-16 Transitions: A Longitudinal Study of Young People with Special Educational Needs: Wave 2, Institute for Employment Studies, University of Manchester.
Hughes, K.L. and M.M. Karp (2004), School-based Career Development: A Synthesis of Literature. New York, Columbia University Teachers College, Institute on Education and the Economy.
Lueking R. and M. Mooney (2002), Tapping Employment Opportunities for Youth with Disabilities by Engaging Effectively with Employers, National Centre on Secondary Education and Transition, Research to Practice. Vol.1, Issue 3.
National Centre on Secondary Education and Transition (2004), Current Challenges Facing Secondary Education and Transition Services for Youth with Disabilities in the United States, University of Minnesota.
NASET (2005), National Standards and Quality Indicators: Transition Toolkit for Systems Improvement. University of Minnesota, National Centre on Secondary Education and Transition, Minneapolis, USA.
Wagner M., et al. (2005a), After High School: A First Look at the Post-School Experiences of Youth with Disabilities - A Report from the National Longitudinal Transition Study (NLTS2). US Office of Special Education Programs SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, USA.
Wagner, M., et al. (2005b), Changes Over Time in the Early Post School Outcomes of Youth with Disabilities - A Report of Findings from the NTLS and the NLTS-2. US Office of Special Education Programs, SRI International, Menlo Park, CA, USA.
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