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Youth Development

Youth Development

Students should have the opportunity to build self-determination skills and social capital.


        Self-determination and social capital are strongly linked to post-school employment, quality of life, and independent living. In particular, expanding the social relationships of students with disabilities and connecting them to important social structures enhances their opportunities to make choices and desicions that impact employment. 


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