For tomorrow belongs to the people who prepare for it today.
What happens when the school bus stops coming?
Students with disabilities and their families often wonder what life will be like after graduation, and what supports will be available when school services end.
Transition planning is a process that’s designed to answer these questions. There are federal and state requirements for schools and ARD committees to address transition for students with disabilities, including:
In Texas, a student’s IEP must address transition by their 14th birthday (TEC §29.011). This website provides resources for schools to understand and implement effective transition planning practices.
February 21-23, 2018
Westin Galleria Houston
The Transition Planning At-A-Glance series is designed to help educators understand and apply key concepts in transition planning. These documents print as 4-page booklets on 11x17 paper. Available at no cost, these can be used for reference or used as training materials for general educators, special educators, administrators, related service providers, and other educators.
Titles in the At-A-Glance series:
To receive an electronic copy of one or more of these At-A-Glance booklets, click the picture below to submit an order form.