This training discusses strategies that can support high quality statewide cross-agency systems of professional development (PD).
This training provides a brief orientation to the NTACT:C Side-by-Side View: Pre-Employment, VR, IDEA Transition Services document.
This workshop examines how data can be used to inform strategic planning and to make programmatic decisions.
In this session, information is presented on the Transition Discoveries Initiative led by The George Washington University Interdisciplinary Secondary Transition Services Program, designed to collect data from youth, families, and stakeholders to drive a community-action planning process. The purpose is to identify priorities and strengths, and to engage youth, families, and stakeholders to improve transition practices.
Presenters of this session share the vision of their work and process with an intent for participants to reflect on his/her/their own worldview and how it influences engagement in diversity, equity, and inclusion work.
During this session, representatives from Utah’s Vocational Rehabilitation and State Department of Education explore effective practices, resources, and strategies to support students with disabilities in accessing and engaging in Pre-Employment Transition Services and IDEA Secondary transition services and activities.
This presentation highlights two states’ partnerships with their respective Title I Youth programs to deliver Pre-Employment Transition Services.
This training summarizes a protocol created by the South Carolina Department of Education to increase efficiency in analyzing the Annual Quality Review Measures and Comprehensive Local Needs Assessment with a focus on increasing opportunities for students in special populations.
This session shares, from the perspective of family members, the value of work-based learning experiences, their role in supporting these experiences, and strategies to better involve them in the process.
This is the welcome and opening session for the NTACT:C 2022 Capacity Building Institute hosted by the Youth Engagement Transition Initiative (YETI) and Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS).