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These reports will give you understanding of the findings from the project’s various research activities.

Data Analysis

The following reports encompass the data analysis segment of the project:

Inclusive Postsecondary Education and Decent Work: Effective link for young adults with disabilities

This study provides an analysis of the nature, quality, and selected employment outcomes of the postsecondary educational experiences of young adults with disabilities, 18 to 34 years of age.


An Analysis of the NEADS Town Hall Meetings: A Qualitative Review

In this report, researchers at Eviance analyzed the material presented throughout the ‘State of the Schools’ tour. Taken from publicly accessible NEADS YouTube website, our analysis focuses on talks by speakers at NEADS, local disabled student groups, members of Disabled Persons Organizations (DPOs), and other key stakeholders.


Survey Results

The following report encompasses the results of a survey conducted:

The Quality of Postsecondary Education and Work Among Young Adults with Disabilities: Results of a Micro-Survey

Our survey explores the education and work experiences of young adults with disabilities who are currently attending postsecondary education, or who attended in the past five years. The survey was designed to pinpoint what students with disabilities need and want for improved experiences at universities and colleges, and for transitions from postsecondary to good-quality paid employment.


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