Examining Change in the Self-perception of Secondary Students with Disabilities Attending a University-Based Postsecondary Transition Program
Postsecondary Rewarding Education is Possible (PREP) Academy is a collaborative project between the Idaho Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and Boise State University’s College of Education. Starting in the summer of 2016, PREP Academy has offered high school students with disabilities the opportunity to participate in a week long on-campus college experience. This experience focuses on career readiness, job exploration, and self-advocacy. The purpose of this study is to examine potential changes in perceptions about postsecondary education for secondary students with disabilities attending PREP Academy.
.75 NASW CEUs (LSW, LMSW and LCSW)