Report 92-21: Services for Students with Disabilities in California Public Higher Education, 1992: The Second in a Series of Biennial Reports to the Governor and Legislature in Response to Assembly Bill 746 (Chapter 829, Statutes of 1987)
Published by The California Postsecondary Education CommissionAugust 1992View Full Publication
In 1990, in response to Assembly Bill 746 (Hayden 1987), the Commission issued its first report on students with disabilities in California public higher education. That document consisted solely of the Commission's analysis of report by the University of California, the California State University, and the California community Colleges on this subject. This second document, which also responds to AB 746, deals with four different aspects of disabled student services:
- Part One provides background on the State's concern for students with disabilities and the Commission's work in this area.
- Part Two update the Commission's 1990 report by describing the information contained in the systems' new biennial reports and drawing conclusions regarding their programs for disabled students based on that information.
- Part Three evaluates information on learning disabled students in the California Community Colleges for the four year period from 1987-88 through 1990-91. It is the Commission's final analysis of this topic called for in Supplemental language to the 1988 Budget Act.
- Finally, Part Four describes programs offered by the State's Department of Rehabilitation for disabled students in California's colleges and universities.
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