Colleges Student Support Survey
Do you work with blind and partially sighted students in further education? We need your help.
We are calling on all professionals to help us better understand how blind and partially sighted students are being supported during their time in further education.
The research by TPT and All Able* will investigate levels of support, Assistive Technology (AT) provision, the accessibility of learning materials and online platforms in colleges. It will help us find general trends across colleges and locate positive case studies and accessibility best practice.
This follows on from our Longitudinal Transitions Research which tracked 82 participants from England over a period of 11 years (from age 14 to 25). This identified the lack of specialist support in post 16 education contributing to this population becoming long term NEET (not in education, employment or training).
There are only 13 questions in this survey. We would greatly appreciate your time sharing your experiences to inform our work. All responses in the research are anonymised unless specifically consented otherwise through further engagement.
*About All Able
All Able is an accessibility consulting company offering support to help organisations deliver more accessible and equal services.
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