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  • Vision to Implementation: Designing an Outcomes-Focused Transition Program

  • Concrete and sequential action steps must be taken to guide and prepare students for independence in earning a living wage through meaningful college and/or career experiences. Without this guidance, students with disabilities often fail or flounder in po
  • Sacramento Area
  • Post-Secondary Transition
  • Learning
    Package:
  • Description:
  • Start Time:
  • 8:30:00 AM
  • End Time:
  • 3:30:00 PM
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  • 2019.03.28

  • Outcome 1:
  • Outcome 2:
  • Outcome 3:
  • Outcome 4:
  • Gain clarity and alignment between current transition practices and the components of a high quality person-centered transition program
  • Identify transition resources in place at the school and determine improvement steps needed to create a highly effective transition program
  • Review community-based resources and supports that bridge educational experiences and post-secondary options to ease the school to work transition
  • Target
    Audience:
  • Special Education Administrators,Special Education Teachers,Special Education Related Service Providers,General Education Administrators,General Education Teachers,School Psychologists,Case Managers
  • Indicator 01: Graduation 4 Year Rate,Indicator 02: Dropout 4 Year Rate,Indicator 13: Secondary Transition,Indicator 14: Post School
  • Annual
    Performance
    Report
    Indicators:

Vision to Implementation: Designing an Outcomes-Focused Transition Program

2019.03.28

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Concrete and sequential action steps must be taken to guide and prepare students for independence in earning a living wage through meaningful college and/or career experiences. Without this guidance, students with disabilities often fail or flounder in po