Institute Proceedings, July 2003
Proceedings of NCSET institute held on July 8, 2003 in Washington, DC
Critical Issues in Reform and Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities in Secondary Education and Transition
July 8, 2003
About this institute . . .
The National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET), the Institute for Academic Access (IAA), and the Research Institute on Secondary Education Reform for Youth with Disabilities (RISER) co-sponsored this Capacity Building Institute on Critical Issues in Reform and Inclusion of Youth with Disabilities in Secondary Education and Transition to present some of the latest developments in the field of secondary education and transition. The day included reflective dialogue around:
- Issues of reform, inclusion, and the intersection of reform and inclusion at the high school level;
- Research results related to improving outcomes for all high school students; and
- Methodological issues in research related to reform, inclusion, and the intersection of reform and inclusion at the high school level.
Our intention for the workshop was to provide practical, useful information that had meaningful application to participants’ daily work.
In the following proceedings you will find the institute agenda, a summary of the institute, and the speakers’ biographical information.
David R. Johnson, Director
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