Saturday, January 21, 2006

Higher Education Inaccessibility in Scotland

See this report, which begins:

More than 20 disabled students have told MSPs about the struggles they face attending college or university.

The students discussed a range of problems with the Scottish Parliament's equal opportunities committee.

Wheelchair users, visually-impaired students and those with dyslexia were among the group visiting Holyrood.

Issues included limited courses, poor access to buildings and a lack of support to help them make the transition from studying to working.


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