On the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, the Zero Project announced The Vermont Transition and Post-Secondary Education Initiative as a winner of their Innovative Public Policies award.
Civil Rights Commission in Favor of Competitive Integrated Employment for Workers with Disabilities in Report Drafted After Vermont Visit
BURLINGTON — In a report published early this morning, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights recommended repealing section 14(c) of the Fair Labor Standards Act which permits employers to pay less than the minimum wage to individuals with disabilities.
A statement released on Friday, June 5, 2020:
Dear CDCI community, partners, and friends:
- International Partner Profile: 2018 ADA Inclusive Employment International Fellow Victoria Lihiru
- International Partner Profile: 2017 ADA Inclusive Education International Fellow Renata Bonotto, Ph.D.
- New Beginnings: Transition for the Vermont Sensory Access Project
- CDCI Project & Employee Profile: Supported Employment with Bryan Dague, Ed.D.
- CDCI Community Partner Profile: Michelle Paya
- CDCI Community Partner Profile: Meet John Spinney, Post-Secondary Education Transition Coordinator
- UVM Partner Profile: Tammy Kolbe, Ed.D.
- Community Partner Profile: Jay Diaz, Esq.
- Celebrating Success in Tanzania
- UVM Partner Profile: Amber Fulcher, ADA/504 Coordinator