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The Kellar Institute for Human DisAbilities (KIHd) is an interdisciplinary campus-based organization focusing on improving the lives and productivity of children and adults with disabilities. KIHd combines the resources of the university with local, state, regional, national, public, and private sector agencies and organizations to develop products, services, and programs for persons with disabilities.

Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education

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The Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education, JIPE is an extension of the State of the Art Conference and is supported by the Helen A. Kellar Institute for Human disAbilities at George Mason University and the Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education at Syracuse University.

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Postsecondary and Employment Expectations of Families and Students with Intellectual Disability

A survey was administered to assess overall expectations of administrators, teachers, families, and students with mild, moderate, and severe intellectual disabilities (ID) ranging in age from 14 to 21. Survey questions assessed expectations regarding paid jobs after school, wages,...


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Literacy Interventions for Young Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in the Inclusive Postsecondary Education Settings: A Review of a Program of Research

Many students with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) enrolled in postsecondary education do not derive full benefits of attending college because of their limited academic skills. This review summarizes a series of experimental studies that investigated the effects...


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Addressing the Policy Tangle: Students with Intellectual Disability and the Path to Postsecondary Education, Employment and Community Living

This report examines issues regarding needed alignment of services and collaboration among agencies and institutions of higher education (IHEs) to achieve the goal of supporting youth with intellectual disability (ID) to obtain increased academic learning, independent living, and...


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The Use of Smart Technology on Improving Time Management of College Students with Intellectual/Developmental Disability

The purpose of this study was to examine the use of smart technology (i.e., Apple iPhone and Fitbit Smartwatch) on time management skill acquisition of students with intellectual/developmental disabilities who attend college. A single-subject multiple probe design was used to...


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Welcome readers to the Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education. This journal aims to fill the dissemination gap for publishing research within this field. As such, the mission of the Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education is to publish original research on the topic of inclusive postsecondary education for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education will provide a forum for qualitative, single subject, quantitative, and mixed methodological studies conducted in a university, community college, or related post- secondary environment. Review articles may be accepted when a clear contribution to knowledge is noted.

Meet the Journal of Inclusive Postsecondary Education Editorial Team!
Editors in Chief
Beth Myers
Syracuse University
Clare Papay
ICI, University of Massachusetts
Editorial Office -
George Mason University
Linda H. Mason
Managing Editor
Stacie Brady
LaTisha Elcock

Editorial Assistants
Board Members
Josh Baker
University of Nevada
Youjia Hua
University of Virginia
Kelly Kelley
Western Carolina University
Kenneth Kelty
Western Carolina University UP Graduate
University of North Carolina: Former LEND Trainee/Self-Advocacy
Martha Mock
University of Rochester
Mary Morningstar
Portland State University
Anthony Plotner
University of South Carolina
Seb Prohn
Virginia Commonwealth University
Karrie Shogren
University of Kansas
Suzanne Woods-Groves
Auburn University

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