This is the Handout for
the Webinar presentation on Transition Planning Under IDEA 2004. It is 3
slides per page. (PDF, 26 pgs)
PowerPoint Presentation Handout*: This
is the Handout for
the Webinar presentation on Transition Planning
Under IDEA 2004. It is 1 slide per page. (PDF,
This is a compilation
of strategies for negotiating adequate
transition plans for students with disabilities. (PDF,
for Self Advocacy and Self Determination: This is a listing
of resources for self advocacy and self determination
for people with disabilities. (PDF, 1 pg)
in Action: Legal Issues in Transition Planning.
synthesizes findings of a thorough review of
36 state-level administrative and district court rulings dealing
with school to post-school transition planning. The findings
will assist parents and advocates in the development
of effective and legally sufficient Transition Plans.
of Performance: This document offers an explanation,
technical assistance, suggested form, & two examples
of the Summary of Performance required by IDEA 2004 for all
special education students who are exited secondary school
either by graduation with a regular
eligibility for FAPE under State law. (PDF, 8 pgs)
of Students With Disabilities To Postsecondary Education:
A Guide for High School Educators: The U.S.
Department of Education has compiled this
guide of essential information about transition to postsecondary
Colleague Letter: This letter, from the
U.S. Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights,
is aimed at professionals
and asks them to disseminate
information about the legal
rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities as
they transition from secondary to postsecondary education
Parent Letter: This letter, from the U.S.
Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights,
of issues and legal
rights and responsibilities that will affect
disabilities as they transition
from high school to institutions of postsecondary education.
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