The University of Warwick and The Leverhulme Trust are looking for Year 11 students with autism, cerebral palsy or dyslexia to take part in a research project about educational pathways and work outcomes. The Educational Pathways and Work Outcomes of Disabled Young People in England is a research project that investigates the relationship of adolescent disability with social disadvantage. They want to hear young people’s views about their experiences of disability and schooling, their plans and aspirations for the future. They are looking for Year 11 students with autism, dyslexia, and/or cerebral palsy in mainstream schools. For each interview, participants will receive a £20 Love-to-Shop voucher.

Should you want to take part please get in touch at disabled.transitions@warwick.ac.uk 

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