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  • Congrats to Kyle Wittenauer,19, Richmond, VA, one of three winners of the Marion Huber Learning Through Listening (LTL) Awards. Learn about Kyle, other winners and the awards.

  • Special IMPACT newsletter devoted to news and information about postsecondary education for students with intellectual disabilities. Get it here.

  • Learn Your Rights and Responsibilities: The U.S. Department of Education has updated its informative guide, Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities. Get the updated guide here.

  • Student Summary of Performance: Learn about this IDEA provision and how to use it to assist with transition to higher education. Get details here.

  • Understanding Virginia Diploma Options: This guide helps parents and students understand the various high school diplomas now offered in Virginia. Download the FREE 9-page guide. (PDF)

  • List of Colleges that Deemphasize the SAT and ACT in Admissions: Browse more than 700 accredited, bachelor degree-granting institutions which do not use the SAT I or ACT to make admissions decisions about substantial numbers of freshman applicants. Find it here.

  • How do your skills measure up? Use this checklist of skills and behaviors to see how prepared you are to take on the challenges of college life.

  • Guide to College for Students with Disabilities: This guide from Virginia’s Department of Education provides loads of information on preparing for college. Get it here. (PDF, 91 pgs)
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my journey

"I led a life filled with the answers but had no way to get them out. Often my thoughts and ideas felt trapped. Sometimes I was so full of thoughts that needed to get out, I would blurt them out at the most inappropriate times and places. But I had a dream to go on to college and to go into a helping profession. So I had to figure it out on my own."

- Joy Cobb tells her story.

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