Serving working adult students with learning disabilities: Supporting economic mobility through education
Working adult students with learning disabilities and attention issues comprise 1 in 5 Americans. This population faces unique challenges in the workplace, and in pursuing higher education. In a one-hour webinar on May 12, from 3-4pm ET The University of Arizona’s SALT Center, the National Center for Learning Disabilities (NCLD), Centene Corporation and Guild Education will share research and strategies that academic institutions and innovative employers can deploy to better meet student needs and prepare them for academic success and upward career mobility.
- Sheldon H. Horowitz, Ed.D, Senior Advisor, Strategic Innovation, Research & Insights, National Center for Learning Disabilities
- Gabrielle Miller, Ed.D, Executive Director at The SALT Center, The University of Arizona
- Alishea Johnson, Director of Diversity & Inclusion at Centene Corporation
- Alex Cannon, Manager, Content & Marketing, Guild Education
This is a joint event hosted by AHEAD and Guild Education.