Kessler Foundation reports employment gains for people with disabilities


Kessler Foundation and University of New Hampshire release July nTIDE Report – Monthly Update highlights C2C Project of SDSU, CSU, and UC Berkeley.

Fred Schroeder's Paper: The Orphaned Minority

Fred Schroeder is very articulate and committed to equality and equal rights for all individuals, including persons with disabilities. 

A month ago he was asked to present at a Law Symposium in Maryland. 

We would like to share Fred’s paper entitled “The Orphaned Minority”. 

Palau MA Cohort 2015

Picture of palau MA 2015 cohort

Dr. Luke Wood on KPBS: Interview on M2C3 Efforts

""A recent report found that only 5 percent of black and Latino men earn degrees or certificates at community colleges compared to 32 percent of white men.

Dr. Frank Harris III - KUSI Interview on 8/19/14

""Dr. Frank Harris III was interviewed by KUSI yesterday about the importance of  improving education and life outcomes for young boys and men of color.

Dr. Harris does research on improving access and completion of college for men of color. He says men need to strive for a career instead of just employment.

Rehabilitation Counseling Program Recognized


The rehab counseling program at commencement.

How should we shape future public policies and services with persons with disabilities?

Article by Fred R. McFarlane, Frederic K. Schroeder, and Manuel Enriquez

Introduction by Fred R. McFarlane

San Diego State University delegation visits Living Lab and Educational Theory

In June 2013, Professor Caren Sax and 11 graduate students from San Diego State University's Rehabilitation Counseling Program (RCP) were guests at the Living Lab in Oosterbeek and the HAN department of Educational Theory in the Netherlands. Launched in January 2012, the Living Lab is a work-based learning centre that provides life coaching for young people with an autism spectrum disorder. The aim is to strengthen links between research, education and practice.

Congratulations to our newest Pacific Graduates in American Samoa

Gov. Togiola Tulafono congratulated the 51 graduates saying the program is a result of the excellent partnership between the government and San Diego State University.

Top Ten Facts about ARPE and Interwork Institute