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    EmploymentCompetitive, integrated employment in a career area of one’s choice is an anticipated outcome for all students with disabilities. During the middle and high school years, students identify their career interests and preferences in particular career areas that should drive the assessment, services, experiences, and supports they receive to help refine their career plans. Multiple stakeholders can be involved in ...

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    Transition Planning

    Transition PlanningTransition planning is used to describe the very intentional, organized and coordinated process of guiding young people with disabilities with education, experiences, supports and services to help them have successful and meaningful lives beyond high school. It is planning that begins with the end in mind. Although transition planning and services are mandated for both education agencies (through IDEA) ...

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    Secondary Education

    Secondary EducationBoth vocational rehabilitation agencies and schools are required by law to provide transition services and supports to improve post-school outcomes of students with disabilities. There are specific transition activities that schools are required to address for students with disabilities. Secondary education, both middle and high school, plays a critical role for providing students with the coursework, experiences, and opportunities ...

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    From Assessment to Practice

    Developed to provide teachers with a model for incorporating effective practices from transition assessment to classroom instruction into the transition planning process.