Does the youth understand their rights and responsibilities in postsecondary education and training through the ADA and Rehabilitation Act?
The right to accessibility in postsecondary education and training is required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the federal Rehabilitation Act. Title II of the ADA requires state-funded programs — such as universities, community colleges, and career and technical education programs — to provide accommodations. Title III of the ADA covers private colleges and vocational programs. If a postsecondary education program receives federal funding, it's also covered by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, which requires the school to make programs accessible to qualified students with disabilities.
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