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Campus Access Report Card - Accommodating Students with Disabilities in Postsecondary Environments

The Campus Report Card measures universal design and accessibility of a campus. "The idea of 'grading' a campus is that 1) educators and educational systems understand the idea of grades and report cards, and 2) there is some rationale for examining various areas of an organization's skill and knowledge to see how a campus rates in each of the areas. Also, like a report card, grades can be observed over time to witness progress or identify problem areas requiring additional attention." One can just as easily use the areas suggested and type up an assessment form without grades to just point out areas that are in most need of improvement or reward areas that are doing the best.

Roger O. Smith and Dave Edyburn, Unversity of Wisconsin-Milwaukee & Sean Lancaster, University of Kansas CRL, Division of Adult Studies

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Posted by: neverma6 on Thu Nov 07, 2013 at 3:47 p.m.

I thought this was a great resource. One thing that I would add are specific meanings of each grade. A few grades are briefly mentioned, but a chart or table with each grade and the criteria that define each would be very helpful.

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The message I'll share...is that inclusion is extremely important for kids with and without disabilities.

Clay Aiken