We identify effective practices (eg)for instruction and service delivery for secondary students and out-of-school youth with disabilities. Our goal is to translate knowledge gained from research into resources that help practitioners use this information in their daily work to improve outcomes for young adults with disabilities. The content here is included so researchers and others can be confident that the …
The Predictor Taxonomy Crosswalk embeds the predictors of post-school success within the Taxonomy for Transition Programming 2.0 framework areas. This crosswalk provides a resource for stakeholders who are using tools, such as the Taxonomy for Transition Programming 2.0 and the Predictor Implementation Self-Assessment (PISA), to identify connections between services, skills, and programs to improve outcomes for students with youth with disabilities. …
These are the quality indicator checklists used to review research articles for the purpose of determining level of evidence for a specific practice. QI Checklist CORRELATIONAL (docx) QI Checklist GROUP (docx) QI Checklist MIXED METHODS (docx) QI Checklist QUALITATIVE (docx) QI Checklist SINGLE CASE (docx)
The Taxonomy for Transition Programming 2.0 builds upon the earlier work and provides research-based practices for implementing transition-focused education.
An overview of interagency collaboration effective-practices.
Pair specific skills to an evidence-based teaching method.
This chart outlines predictors of post school success in three categories: education, employment, and independent living.
The NTACT Criteria for Levels of Evidence provides context for categorizing the evidence base for secondary transition, vocational rehabilitation, and career technical education practices for secondary students with disabilities.