Interwork family at 2013 CANAR Mid-Year Training Conference - Jimmy Warne (left), Dr. Bobbie Atkins (center), Dr. Mari Guillermo (right)
TEACHING COURSE KEYS ON MALE MINORITY STUDENTS
BY GARY WARTH
CaPROMISE Two-Year Performance Report of Outreach, Recruitment, Intake and Intervention Efforts with the Youth and their Families
Reporting period: October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2015
Prepared by the
Preparing disabled students for the workplace
SDSU one of three schools offering for-credit class.
Excerpt from the release:
San Diego — College students with disabilities can learn the same career skills as any other student, but sometimes that’s not enough to actually get a job after school.
Kessler Foundation and University of New Hampshire release July nTIDE Report – Monthly Update highlights C2C Project of SDSU, CSU, and UC Berkeley.
The CaPROMISE Initiative - A study on increasing self-sufficiency of students with disabilities on SSI, and their famlies
by Joe Xavier, Director of the California Department of Rehabilitiation and Dr. Fred McFarlane, Co-Director of the Interwork Institute at SDSU
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”.
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 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.
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