FYI Monthly from the Institute on Community Integration: August 2019

Description

FYI Monthly is a monthly e-communication from the Institute on Community Integration. The August 2019 issue includes six feature stories, a leading ICI Facebook post from the past month, two new publications, coming events, and numerous staff updates.

This is the back-to-school issue, so most of the feature stories are about education and the accomplishments of various fellows that ICI has trained over the years. There are feature stories about (a) a MNLEND Fellow who is now a Special Education director at the Minneapolis Public Schools, (b) two Diversity Fellows who are helping to make religious schools more inclusive to students with disabilities, and (c) another group of Diversity Fellows who are building capacity among early childhood providers in Minnesota's Latino community. There are also feature stories about ICI assisting with self-determination for Wisconsin students with intellectual/developmental disabilities, surveying post-school outcomes for Indiana students with disabilities, and Check & Connect's student engagement plans in the upcoming school year.

Details

Date
August 2019 
Type
Newsletter 
Publisher
Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota

Topics

  • Community life
    • Self-advocacy and self-determination
      • Social inclusion
      • Culture and diversity
        • Other cultural groups
        • Early education and development
          • Early childhood education
          • Education practices (K12 and transition)
            • Inclusive education
            • Educational accountability and assessment
              • Students with Disabilities
              • Employment and postsecondary education
                • Career preparation
                  • Postsecondary education
                  • Specific disability
                    • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
                      • Intellectual/developmental disability (IDD)
                      • Specific life stage
                        • Adolescents and young adults
                          • Children
                            • Early childhood