For this episode, I speak with Meg Grigal and Cate Weir from Think College about why it is important for individuals with intellectual disabilities to have the option to go to college. We discuss what inclusive post-secondary education programs for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities really look like. And how the data shows that these programs are successful, with learners getting jobs after graduation at three times the rate of the national average. 

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Originally published as Meg Grigal & Cate Weir | Inclusive Higher Education for People with Intellectual Disabilities at The Think Inclusive Podcast

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