Partners

Multiple entities collaborate on NTACT:C to provide broad and varied experience, expertise, and technical assistance (TA).
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNCC)

UNCC’s Cato College of Education serves as the lead agency for NTACT:C. Catherine Fowler is the Director at UNCC, with several additional faculty and staff who provide leadership across all activities.

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The George Washington University (GW)

Staff of the GW Center for Rehabilitation Counseling Research and Education (CRCRE), directed by Maureen McGuire-Kuletz and Melissa Diehl, provide TA focused on pre-employment transition services.

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Portland State University (PSU)

The Transition Coalition at PSU, Directed by Mary Morningstar, co-leads Universal Technical Assistance and professional development capacity activities on multiple transition-related topics.

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University of Oregon (UO)

Staff from UO’s Secondary Special Education and Transition (SSET) research unit, directed by Deanne Unruh, provide cross-site coordination, evaluation, and co-lead Intensive Technical Assistance to states.

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University of Kansas (KU)

The Transition Coalition at KU, Directed by Dana Lattin, provides website development and integration across all TA levels and supports knowledge translation into resources for stakeholders.

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University of Maryland (UMD)

Ellen Fabian and Rich Luecking co-direct the work at UMD Center for Transition and Career Innovation deliver TA focused on collaboration and career development, including work-based learning.

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East Tennessee State University (ETSU)

Directed by Dawn Rowe, ETSU provides identification and dissemination of effective practices and universal and targeted TA activities.