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Persistence in postsecondary settings refers to the likelihood that a student will remain in school, particularly past the first year of enrollment….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Transition, Research & Data
This research brief provides an overview of current data on postsecondary enrollment and completion for deaf students….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Administrators
The purpose of this investigation was to explore professionals’ perspectives on what contributes to successful transition for deaf individuals, as well as their own self-perceived preparedness….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Families
Topics: Transition, Research & Data
Parental involvement and parental expectations are important factors in successful academic and career outcomes for deaf students. This article describes the results of a national needs assessment survey conducted by pepnet2 in the spring of 2012….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Vocational Rehabilitation Professionals
Topics: Transition, Research & Data
This brief summarizes research related to the benefits and barriers of online learning for deaf students….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Research & Data, Other Access Topics
Persistence in postsecondary settings refers to the likelihood that a student will remain in school, particularly past the first year of enrollment. Although deaf student enrollment in postsecondary settings has seen a significant increase, students continue to face obstacles to…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Transition, Research & Data
Social skills are important for interacting with others and navigating the world. Previous research has found that individuals’ social skills are related to how well they do in school and how likely they are to be employed after high school….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Families
Topics: Transition, Research & Data
This brief summarizes the research related to mental health care for deaf individuals….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Disability Services Professionals
Topics: Research & Data, Mental Health & Well-Being
Late-deafened individuals experience a variety of challenges navigating the postsecondary environment due to a variety of internal and external factors. This document summarizes the research related to postsecondary outcomes for late-deafened individuals….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Administrators
Topics: Research & Data, Mental Health & Well-Being
Deaf students are a low-incidence group; however, they have a high incidence of additional disabilities. Many require accommodations for equal access to classroom instruction and assessment, particularly in mainstreamed educational settings where spoken English is the primary language….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Families
Topics: Research & Data, Other Access Topics
This brief summarizes the research related to effective communication between deaf and hearing individuals….
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Employers
Topics: Research & Data, Deaf 101
Educational policy is increasingly focused on the need for individuals to be prepared for postsecondary education. This article uses the lens of deaf students to explore ways in which college readiness can be conceptualized for both individuals and institutions. We…
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Type: Resources
Resource Type: Research
Useful For: Administrators
Topics: Research & Data, Research Translated!

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