Supporting Higher Education for People with Disabilities
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Earning a postsecondary education credential like a degree or certification expands a person’s employment choices and is an important indicator for future earnings and job security. This increased emphasis on a postsecondary-educated workforce stands to disproportionately affect people with disabilities. They are less likely than their non-disabled peers to earn a diploma or credential beyond high school. This report points out some trends in higher education for people with disabilities.