Quality Job Indicators for Students with Learning Disabilities

Janna Brendle, Robin Lock, Lisa Ann Smith

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Abstract

This study addresses the challenge of individuals with learning disabilities (LD) in obtaining and maintaining employment after high school. The components of quality job indicators required to provide a successful experience and improve functioning for individuals with LD in a work environment were studied and identified. The methodology consisted of gathering qualitative data from employer surveys and interviews documenting their experience and reporting results of the individuals with LD job placements. Participants included 56 students with learning disabilities in job placements with 55 employers who were trained in quality job indicators. The information includes the strategies used for effective employer quality job indicator training to support the individuals with LD to successfully maintain the job placements.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Vocational Education and Training
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StatePublished - Apr 2018

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