Resources for Educators
Educators at all levels can help provide meaningful work-based learning experience for students with disabilities. Consult the resources below for more guidance in doing so.
- K-12 Educators, Parents, Mentors, and Other Advocates.
How K-12 teachers, parents, advisors, school-to-work staff and other K-12 educators can help students with disabilities prepare for employment.
- Postsecondary Educators.
How cooperative education career service and other postsecondary faculty and staff can help students with disabilities prepare for careers.
- Equal Access: Universal Design of Career Services - designing an accessible career services center.
A newsletter for students with disabilities that can be tailored to any postsecondary campus.
- Frequently asked questions, cases studies, and promising practices can be found in the searchable AccessCAREERS Knowledge Base.