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Graduate Students With and Without Disabilities: A Comparison

The National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS) has conducted a detailed analysis of the 2016 Canadian Graduate and Professional Student Survey (CGPSS) to examine the experiences of 2,324 graduate students who identify as having a disability. Specifically, we compared their experiences to those of their non-disabled peers. The purpose of the CGPSS survey is to obtain information about graduate student satisfaction and the student experience. This analysis was completed as part of the larger “Landscape of Accessibility and Accommodation for Post-Secondary Students With Disabilities in Canada” national study.


Date of publication: September 19, 2018


Publisher: National Educational Association of Disabled Students

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