Students with special needs weigh options for life after high school

06/6/2011 | Times (Trenton, N.J.), The

There are several options for students with intellectual disabilities who want to continue their education beyond age 18. Many students find it beneficial to stay in public-school programs until they reach the maximum age limit of 21. Others choose to attend day programs, enter the workforce or go on to college. About 150 college-level programs throughout the country are designed for students with intellectual disabilities, but some say they lack adequate supports.

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