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Eval13 Session 106: Connecting the Dots Between Postsecondary Education Policies and Labor Market Projections

Abstract: When evaluating public policies that promote postsecondary education, evaluators must not forget to assess the practical realities of those policies. In this 21st century, education for the sake of education is no longer a strong criterion to formulate public education policies. Taxpayers want to know whether those education policies will result in something tangible for them

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Eval12 Session 642: Evaluation of the TPSID Effort Nationally

Presentation Abstract: In October 2010, the Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) awarded 27 institutes of higher education (IHE) grants to fund the creation of model Transition Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities (TPSIDs)

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Focus Search - [image: image1.png] Transition Programs for Students With Intellectual Disabilities: Evaluation by the National Coordinating Center Jennifer Sullivan Sulewski Think College National Coordinating Center Institute for Community Inclusion University of Massachusetts Boston (617) 287-4356 Jennifer.sulewski@umb.edu In October 2010, the Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE) awarded 27 institutes of higher education (IHE) grants to fund the creation of model Transition Programs for Students with Intellectual Disabilities (TPSIDs)


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Eval12 Session 199: Evaluation of an Inclusive Postsecondary Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities

Individual presentation from AEA Conference 2012 Panel Session #199: Evaluating Programs Targeted for Populations with Disabilities Title: Applying a Standards-Based Conceptual Framework to the Evaluation of an Inclusive Postsecondary Education Program for Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities - description of the use of the Think College Standards to evaluate the ACE-IT in College program (Academic and Career Exploration: Individualized Techniques) at Virginia Commonwealth University

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