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To attract a diverse range of faculty candidates, institutions must pitch not only the professional aspects but also the personal aspects of what it means to be welcome and included in the community. EAB created a mock website that features 10 essential components that highlight community, help candidates know what to expect from the recruitment process, and prioritize navigation and accessibility.

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Research shows that robust, effective transition programs can greatly help students with disabilities obtain competitive employment after high school. This brief examines the core elements of six districts’ postsecondary transition programs, including student eligibility, program structure and funding, and family support and engagement.

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