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Transition to Employment and Community Life for Youths with Visual Impairments: Current Status and Future Directions — JVIB Abstract

Abstract: Outcome data from the 21st Annual Report to Congress and the National Longitudinal Transition Study related to youths with visual impairments indicate that postsecondary education does not translate into increased employment opportunities for these youths. The literature on the best transition practices for students with visual impairments is reviewed, and specific recommendations are made in each area.


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