A discussion around the importance of building State and Local Collaboration among Career and Technical Education (CTE), Vocational Rehabilitation (VR), and Special Education (SpEd) partners will be presented during this webinar.
In this webinar, members of the STEM-ECO team from Corbett High School describe strategies they implemented to help students who experience disability access STEM/CTE career pathways, and the school-wide transformations and outcomes from participation with STEM ECO.
The purpose of this session is to provide an overview of technical assistance needs of states in providing correctional education to students with disabilities. An overview of OSEP’s Correctional Education Self-Assessment Tool are provided. Pennsylvania will highlight how they have used the Self-Assessment Tool in providing correctional education to students with disabilities in their state.
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.
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 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).
IDEA (2004) requires identification of post-secondary goals that are “based upon age-appropriate transition assessments related to training, education, employment, and, where appropriate, independent living skills.” Therefore, it is vital that special educators use effective transition assessments and assessment processes. Practitioners continue to struggle with critical issues of transition assessment including: Defining transition assessment as an ongoing process Differences between and …
This Transition Coalition online training module is to provide a general working knowledge of the transition requirements of IDEA. You will also receive information and resources that help go beyond minimal requirements of IDEA.