This bibliography provides an overview of key research regarding students with disabilities involvement in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs.
This webinar is on the importance of collaborative partnerships across multiple stakeholders such as CTE, special education, vocational rehabilitation to support positive post school outcomes for students with disabilities in CTE.
This webinar covers the importance of reflective teaching practices to support engagement and achievement of students with disabilities. Behavior management and classroom climate are also addressed as critical elements of effective teaching.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a method to improve learning for all students. This webinar provides you with the CAST framework of UDL and explanations for how one district incorporates UDL into their CTE programs.
Learn about collaboration, communication approaches, and needed professional development in order to support CTE for students with disabilities. Strategies for building relationships between special education and CTE professionals will also be provided.
This webinar provides a review of numerous pieces of legislation that impact students with disabilities, including Perkins V. In addition, strategies to support students with disabilities in secondary CTE through appropriate program placement are provided.
This guide outlines key information about career and technical education, its benefits, interagency collaboration related to it, and examples and links to websites with more detailed and specific information.