Vocational Rehabilitation
Transition Study
An assessment of vocational rehabilitation
Reports
 

Draft Final Report

The contractors for this study have completed a draft of the project final report that includes an Executive Summary, the 2004 RSA-911 Case Service Report Data-State Agency Summaries, and two appendices (which contain the Interim Report on the National Survey from November, 2006 and Site Visit reports from Alabama, Colorado, and Vermont).

This draft report is in Portable Document Format (PDF). You will need the free plug-in, Adobe Acrobat Reader, to view this file. When finalized, accessible PDF and MS Word versions will be placed on this Web site.

The Web site will also include the 2006 RSA-911 Case Service Report Data-State Agency Summaries.

Project Final Report Draft (PDF) 176 pages, 3.2MB

 

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For additional information, please contact:

Michael Norman, Ed.D., Principal Researcher
The Study Group Inc.
209 Sir Walter Raleigh Drive
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
Phone: 252-441-2788
Fax: 252-441-9663
E-mail: Studygroup@aol.com


The VR Transition Study is managed by The Study Group Inc. in North Carolina, and its subcontractors (the Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota, and the Colorado Center for School and Work for Special Populations, Colorado State University). The study is funded by the Rehabilitation Services Administration (RSA) within the Office of Special Education and  Rehabilitation Services (OSERS), U.S.  Department of Education (ED). However, the contents of this site do not necessarily represent the policy of ED. You should not assume endorsement by the Federal government.

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