Integrating Transition Planning Into the IEP Process

P5870_Integrating_Transition_PlanningGraduation brings many exciting changes for students with disabilities who are moving into a life after high school, so the groundwork for success needs to be laid early on. This week’s FREE tool is a table to help you and your interagency transition team identify team goals and choose activities to help you meet them well before graduation. From methods for sharing information, to identifying gaps in services, to evaluating your school and community partnerships, this table will help keep your team on task. It comes from the CEC book, “Integrating Transition Planning Into the IEP Process,” a collection of essays intended to help you work with school staff and community partners to create structured, effective, and goal-oriented IEP plans that focus on transition.

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