The national Think College initiative has identified three types of inclusive program models (by order of prevalence): Mixed/hybrid model; substantially separate model; and the inclusive individual support model. While no program model has all of the answers to every challenge, what they have in common is that they are all seeking to include students with intellectual/developmental disabilities (I/DD) in postsecondary education (PSE) environments. However, it is important to remember that substantially separte models will not qualify for federal funding.
I'm hoping that by getting my high school diploma and taking college classes that I will decide on my career choice or major."-Beth
The revolution is kids with disabilities going to college and having their opportunities...this is where the revolution begins, it begins now, it begins with us." -Claire, Cutting Edge at Edgewood College