Best Practices in Planning for Transition
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Morningstar, M.E., Lattin, D.L., Erickson, A.G. (2008). Best practices in planning for transition. [Online Training Module]. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas, Department of Special Education. Retrieved from: www.transitioncoalition.org
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