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Buchanan, L. A. (2003, July). The disclosure dilemma for advocates. George Washington University: HEATH Resource Center.

This article highlights issues related to self-advocacy and disability disclosure. The author provides a list of correct and incorrect actions regarding disclosure for teachers, parents, and counselors. Information regarding why, when, how, and what to disclose is shared.


Jobs for the Future. (2001). Everybody WINs: Effectively involving business in workforce development (PDF). Boston, MA: Author. Retrieved from http://www.jff.org/publications/workforce/everybody-wins-effectively-involving-bus/230

This report emphasizes the need for employer involvement in the public workforce system. It also highlights policy innovations that can help disadvantaged workers obtain skills required for success in today’s economy and help employers find skilled workers.


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