Transition Coalition Self-Study

I have learned so much more about transition from the TC Self-Study than I ever thought I could. It’s a wonderful way to learn and work with my colleagues.
~ District Transition Coordinator

I liked the online, stay-in-your-district aspect of the TC Self-Study. We were able to address the specific needs of our district.

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What will our team gain from TCSS?

The Transition Coalition Self-Study is designed to support district or building teams to learn and make meaningful and incremental improvement in their secondary special education programs.

This research-based professional development process:

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Print and online materials for each Transition Self-Study

Support to transition teams through discussions, webinars, email, and phone

Coordinated blended approach with personal help to keep your team on task.


      • Improves compliance
      • Helps teams improve student outcomes
      • Is team-based (4-12 people)
      • Includes a team facilitator who leads discussions and activities, and ensures accountability
      • Includes print materials and online supports from TC staff
      • Is resources-rich

The TC Self-Study takes 6 weeks of team and individual learning and 6 weeks of action plan implementation, and includes:

      • Individual online learning
      • Team discussion
      • Individual and team applied learning activities
      • Team data-based reflection on current practices/programs
      • Guided identification of resources, materials, curricula, etc.
      • Team action planning and implementation

Sample timelines for each unit:

IDEA and Secondary Transition

Building a Transition Assessment Toolkit

Student Involvement & Self-Determination 

Developing Local Partnerships with Schools


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