A traditional four-year college may not be not the best option for many high school students enrolled in special education courses. Other options explored include a recent high school graduate getting a certificate in culinary arts as she pursues her dream of a catering career. An apprentice in a brick-laying program who never felt comfortable being a student decides that an apprenticeship made more sense for him. Two students with learning disabilities talk about a college program specifically designed for students like them. Video expands on each of these examples to explore similar options available throughout the country. It offers advice about where to find information and what questions to ask. This unique program provides encouragement for high school students, reminding them that there are different avenues to a successful and rewarding life after high school.
Includes: 19-minute video, teacher's resource book, and student handouts with pre/post tests.