We know that a student-centered, individually designed approach helps young people with disabilities transition seamlessly into a life of economic independence and meaningful participation in the community.
For the Secondary Transition Imperative — in partnership with national experts and organizations — we provide an implementation framework of technical assistance, self-assessment, and support that mirrors current special education accountability and compliance under state and federal law.
Through this framework, our goal as educational leaders is to implement a seamless and comprehensive statewide system of coordinated services for children with disabilities – from birth to kindergarten – and their families in homes, communities, and early childhood settings to narrow the school readiness gap.
Please explore the latest Secondary Transition webinars, resources, and articles below.
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Below you will find Secondary Transition resources organized around the division’s five key strategies. Posts are continually created and updated in partnership with national experts on special education law, implementation, and practice. You can scroll through our most recent updates, or click on “View All” for more resources, or to customize your search.