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Meet a few of our 2022 graduates


Why we don’t have a “list of colleges for students with visual impairments”

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Compass, from the educator perspective

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Compass, from the student perspective

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Introducing the College Readiness Resource Center

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Start here: First steps to get your academic students (of any age!) ready for life after high school

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Start here: How to help your student gain independence and the skills they need for life after high school

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Students: Wondering where to start? Right here!

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Technology, literacy and educational equity for college-aspiring students who are visually impaired

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Best practices and expert advice: How educators can support college-bound students who are visually impaired

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Breaking down barriers to college success for students with visual impairments

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Students with Vision Loss, College, and Transition — Where We Are and Where We Are Going