I Can Search for Jobs on the Internet!

Morgan, Robert L.; Morgan, Rebecca B.; Despain, Dallas; Vasquez III, Eleazar
July 2006
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jul/Aug2006, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p6
Academic Journal
The article reports on programs that help special needs students in transition identify their preferred careers in the U.S. Indications showed that despite the efforts of many transition teachers and developers of model programs, many students seem to have difficulty chosing their careers. Some young adults with disabilities have difficulty identifying preferred employment that can lead to achievable careers, or they may identify occupations for which they lack the pre-requisite skills. In this regard, the government has initiated a program aimed at helping students select preferred jobs. INSET: Case Scenarios.


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