@talentEgal visits high-school classes to speak to the college students of tomorrow. At its heart, the association works to stop people putting themselves down and to convince high-school students that further studies, the studies they want to apply for, are indeed possible. Despite an increase in the number of students with disabilities enrolled in college after recent legislation, these students are concentrated at an undergraduate level, and become fewer and farther between as we progress through the college system. Higher education establishments, universities and colleges are responsible for providing all the support and help necessary for students with disabilities to successfully complete their studies: support, teaching help, tutoring, technical aids, making changes to the syllabus and making arrangements for sitting exams.
So @talentEgal help schools and universities think about possible changes they can make in terms of teaching and understanding different disabilities with speeches and workshops designed to raise awareness.