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Post-Secondary Education for People with Intellectual Disabilities Webinar - 09/24/2015

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In this webinar, Debra Hart, Director of Education & Transition at the Institute for Community Inclusion at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and Sylvia Dorsey-Robinson, Vice President of Student Services at West Hills College Lemoore, did:
• Give an update on the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), and its impact on students with intellectual disabilitites.
• Talk about the Student Success Support Program (SSSP), including how it enables access and equity to California's community colleges.

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Post-Secondary Education for People with Intellectual Disabilities Webinar - 09/24/2015

  1. 1. Welcome to the USC UCEDD Parent/Consumer Webinar Series funded by grant #90DD0695 from the Administration on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (AIDD) Administration on Community Living September 24, 2015
  2. 2. Your Moderator Susan Kanegawa USC UCEDD Family Support Coordinator skanegawa@chla.usc.edu www.uscucedd.org The USC University Center of Excellence in Developmental Disabilities at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (USC UCEDD) is one of 68 UCEDDs funded to promote systemic change, advocacy, and capacity building in states on behalf of individuals with, or at risk for, developmental, behavioral and/or special health care needs and their families. The USC UCEDD Webinar series is designed to educate the community about current policy issues which impact the lives of people we serve and their families. Our primary audience is individuals with special needs and their families. However, service providers, program managers, students in training and others are welcome as space allows. At this time, our webinars are in English only. We are exploring methods to make this series available in other languages in the future.
  3. 3. Structure and Logistics Take notes Type your questions Download slides Watch and Share Take Survey During the Webinar After the Webinar Give your opinion
  4. 4. Poll: Can you hear Susan, Wil, Debra, and Sylvia? Let us know in the chat box if we need to speak louder.
  5. 5. Post-Secondary Education for People with Intellectual Disabilities Debra Hart Director of Education and Transition at the Institute for Community Inclusion, University of Massachusetts, Boston Sylvia Dorsey-Robinson Vice President of Student Services, West Hills College Lemoore September 24, 2015
  6. 6. Wilbert Francis is the Project Director of the Tarjan Center’s Open the Doors to College Project. He provides information and resources on transition to Post Secondary Education (PSE) for individuals with Developmental Disabilities (DD). THE TARJAN CENTER AT UCLA IS A UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR EXCELLENCE IN DISABILITIES EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND SERVICE
  7. 7. About Our Presenters Debra Hart Director of Education & Transition at the Institute for Community Inclusion University of Massachusetts, Boston Debra.Hart@umb.edu (617) 590-8082 Sylvia Dorsey-Robinson Vice President of Student Services West Hills College Lemoore SylviaDorseyRobinson@whccd.edu (559) 925-3331
  8. 8. + Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disability Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  9. 9. Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  10. 10. www.thinkcollege.net ©Think College 2012 Definition of Intellectual Disability For the purpose of this program, the bill defines a student with an intellectual disability to be a student: (A) With a cognitive impairment, characterized by significant limitations in— (i) intellectual and cognitive functioning; and (ii) adaptive behavior as expressed in conceptual, social, and practical adaptive skills; and (B) Who is currently, or was formerly, eligible for a free appropriate public education under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  11. 11. www.thinkcollege.net ©Think College 2012 Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  12. 12. Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  13. 13. + Integrated Competitive Employment  Youth who participated in higher education were 26% more likely to leave Vocational Rehabilitation with paid employment  Earned a 73% higher weekly income Data Set: RSA 911 Migliore, A., Butterworth, J., & Hart, D. 2009. Postsecondary Education and Employment Outcomes for Youth with Intellectual Disabilities. Fast Facts Series, No. 1. Boston, MA: Institute for Community Inclusion Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  14. 14. +  College associated with higher employment rates for students with any disability including ID (Grigal et al, ACS 2013; NLTS-2, Migliore et al., 2009; Newman et al., 2011)  Other studies also found individuals who take college courses but do not graduate from college have better employment outcomes than those without any college (Carnevale & Desrochers, 2003; Marcotte, Bailey, Borkoski, & Kienzl, 2005) Integrated Competitive Employment Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  15. 15. + An Alternate Pathway Traditional/ Matriculated Placement tests, essays, degree-seeking Reasonable accommodations Alternate/Non Matriculated Person centered planning, credential/certificate & overall non-degree seeking Individual supports and course of study based on employment goals, & use of mentors Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  16. 16. + www.thinkcollege.net ©Think College 2012 Levels of College Course Access • Full accessto course catalogue • Partial or limited access • No access– all specially designed coursesonly for studentsw/ID • Full access to course catalogue • Partial or limited access • No access—all specially- designed courses only for students w/ID Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  17. 17. www.thinkcollege.net © Think College  Dual enrollment — students still in high school  Adults only, age 18+, who have exited high school  Both dual enrollment & adults 18+ who have exited high school  Individual students & families Types of Higher Education Programs Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  18. 18. www.thinkcollege.net © Think College Impact of Higher Education Opportunity Act  Legitimacy & inclusion  Comprehensive Transition Program (CTP)  Transition Postsecondary Program for Students with Intellectual Disability (TPSIDs)  Think College National Coordinating Center  Think College Standards, Quality Indicators, Benchmarks  Accreditation recommendations  Building a body of knowledge 1 8 Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  19. 19. www.thinkcollege.net © Think College Big Changes to Federal Student Aid (FSA) Eligibility  Student does not need a high school diploma or a GED  Student does not need to pass an “ability to benefit” test  Student does not need to be matriculating toward a degree Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  20. 20. Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  21. 21. Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  22. 22. + TPSID at a Glance  16/54 provide residential services  90% use peer mentors, coaches, ambassadors  Age range 18-25  25% dual enrollment  59% male & 39% female Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  23. 23. + 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Number of Students Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  24. 24. + Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  25. 25. + 85 118 243 256 479 607 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 Other social activity* Best Buddies (peer friendship organization) Clubs or community or student organizations Attend or participate in sporting events Go out with personal friends Attend organized event on campus Students’ Social Participation Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  26. 26. + Higher Education Act (HEA) Reauthorization Political context not like 2008:  Republicans in majority of both houses  Make up of Congress much more conservative  Focus on debt and deficit  Many members believe education decisions belong at state & local levels Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  27. 27. + REPUBLICANS BY RANK Lamar Alexander (TN) Michael B. Enzi (WY) Richard Burr (NC) Johnny Isakson (GA) Rand Paul (KY) Susan Collins (ME) Lisa Murkowski (AK) Mark Kirk (IL) Tim Scott (SC) Orrin Hatch (UT) Pat Roberts (KS) Bill Cassidy, M.D. (LA) DEMOCRATS BY RANK Patty Murray (WA) Barbara Mikulski (MD) Bernie Sanders (VT) Robert P. Casey, Jr (PA) Al Franken (MN) Michael F. Bennet (CO) Sheldon Whitehouse (RI) Tammy Baldwin (WI) Christopher S. Murphy (CT) Elizabeth Warren (MA) Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions (HELP) Committee Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  28. 28. + House Education &Workforce Committee  Republicans John Kline, Minnesota (Chairman) Joe Wilson, South Carolina Virginia Foxx, North Carolina Duncan Hunter, California David P. Roe,Tennessee Glenn Thompson, Pennsylvania Tim Walberg, Michigan Matt Salmon, Arizona Brett Guthrie, Kentucky Todd Rokita, Indiana Lou Barletta, Pennsylvania Joseph J. Heck, Nevada Luke Messer, Indiana Bradley Byrne, Alabama Dave Brat,Virginia Buddy Carter, Georgia Mike D. Bishop, Michigan Glenn Grothman,Wisconsin Steve Russell, Oklahoma Carlos Curbelo, Florida Elise Stefanik, New York Rick Allen, Georgia  Democrats Robert “Bobby” Scott (Senior Democratic Member) Rubén Hinojosa,Texas Susan A. Davis, California Raúl M. Grijalva, Arizona Joe Courtney, Connecticut Marcia L. Fudge, Ohio Jared Polis, Colorado Gregorio Sablan, Northern Mariana Islands Frederica S.Wilson, Florida Suzanne Bonamici, Oregon Mark Pocan,Wisconsin Mark Takano, California Hakeem S. Jeffries, New York Katherine M. Clark, Massachusetts Alma S. Adams, North Carolina Mark DeSaulnier, California Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  29. 29. + Accreditation  Draft Accreditation Standards developed  Report to Congress with recommendations  Field-testing Think College! Employment Alternative College Pathway Data HEOA & HEA Reauthorization
  30. 30. Student Success Support Program (SSSP) Presented by Sylvia Dorsey-Robinson Key Features Benefits Access & Equity
  31. 31. Key Features of SSSP Implementation “The purpose of SSSP is to ensure that all students promptly define their educational and career goals, complete their courses, persist to the next academic term, and achieve their educational objectives in a timely manner.”  “The goal is that students benefit from comprehensive and integrated delivery of services to increase retention and to provide students with a foundation to support success.”  “SSSP integrates student and instructional services to promote institutional responsibility and accountability for student success.”
  32. 32. Key Features of SSSP Implementation Core Services 1. Orientation 2. Assessment and placement 3. Counseling, advising, and other education planning services 4. Follow-up services for at-risk students
  33. 33. How are students benefitting from SSSP? 1. Orientation  Academic expectations, progress and probation standards  Registration priority  Prerequisite/co-requisite challenges  Board of Governors Fee waiver eligibility  Available programs, support services, financial aid assistance, and campus facilities and how to access  Academic calendar and important deadlines  Registration and college fees  Educational planning services
  34. 34. How are students benefitting from SSSP? 2. Assessment and Placement Holistic  English  Math  ESL  Early Assessment Program  Cal-PASS  Prerequisites and co-requisites  High School transcripts
  35. 35. How are students benefitting from SSSP? 3. Counseling, advising, and other education planning services  Counseling/advising  Educational planning  Abbreviated student education plan  Comprehensive education plan  Workshops  Online advising  Partnerships/integration
  36. 36. How are students benefitting from SSSP? 4. Follow-up services for at-risk students  Types of services  Faculty involvement  Progress monitoring  Supplemental supports  Students not making satisfactory academic progress
  37. 37. How SSSP Relates to Access & Equity on California Community College Campuses  Coordination between SSSP and Student Equity  Equity focuses on improving access, course completion, ESL, basic skills completion and obtainment of degrees, certificates and transfer for all students, particularly for disadvantaged students  The SSSP focuses on providing the 4 Core Services for all students
  38. 38. How SSSP Relates to Access & Equity on California Community College Campuses Compiled Knowledge for Student Success Compiled knowledge is a combination of theoretical and heuristic knowledge. Theoretical Knowledge: ◦ conventional and/or formal learning obtained through coursework Heuristic Knowledge: ◦ Campus-based knowledge (i.e. w/d dates, FAFSA deadlines availability, how to obtain tutoring)
  39. 39. How SSSP Relates to Access & Equity on California Community College Campuses Purpose of Student Equity To close the achievement gaps in access and success in underrepresented student groups To provide resources for colleges to make data-driven decisions that align campus-wide services and activities to reduce barriers to success and completion To align student services and instructional services with a common goal, student success and completion To fulfill the mission of community college: that of goal completion, transfer, and employment.
  40. 40. Poll: Do you now have a better understanding of post-secondary education programs for people with intellectual disability?
  41. 41. Ask Us a Question Please type your questions (Top-left corner of your MeetingBurner screen)
  42. 42. Thank you for attending and interacting!! UCEDD SlideShare Page UCEDD YouTube Playlist Webinar Evaluation Survey Share and review webinar slides, handouts and video recording. Don’t leave yet!! Please take 3 minutes to answer a survey about your experience with this webinar

In this webinar, Debra Hart, Director of Education & Transition at the Institute for Community Inclusion at the University of Massachusetts, Boston and Sylvia Dorsey-Robinson, Vice President of Student Services at West Hills College Lemoore, did: • Give an update on the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA), and its impact on students with intellectual disabilitites. • Talk about the Student Success Support Program (SSSP), including how it enables access and equity to California's community colleges.

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