Resource for Students

June 2007
PN;Jun2007, Vol. 61 Issue 6, p61
Trade Publication
The article reports on the updated issue of the book "Moving On: A Directory of Transition Resources" which was compiled by Barbara Mazurek. This can be availed by students with disabilities in the U.S. for free who are planning for life after high school. The book provides information about agencies, programs and services for the transition process.


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