Employability skills + adult agency support + family support + on-the-job support

Patton, Patricia Lucey; de la Garza, Bridget
January 1997
Teaching Exceptional Children;Jan/Feb97, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p4
Academic Journal
Presents the four major components of the Employability Skills Program sponsored by Project WORK (1994) for students with mild disabilities in Southern California. Variables critical to the employment success of students; Family involvement in student's employment process. INSETS: What you need to know from the transition literature.;TEC author online..


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