Implementing Evidence-Based Practices to Increase Graduation Rates and Decreasing Dropout Rates for Students with Disabilities in Pennsylvania Learn how Pennsylvania uses a State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP) to increase the graduation and decrease the dropout...
Free Lesson Plans for Transition!
Aug 29, 2017
Check out this library of 90+ free lesson plan starters for secondary students with disabilities!
Are You a New Transition Coordinator????
Aug 15, 2017
Find information & resources for a Transition Coordinator to develop a transition program!
WEBINAR: VR Outcomes for Students
Jul 28, 2017
VR Outcomes of Students Participating in a Seamless Transition Program!
New Toolkit for developing Interagency Agreements
Jul 18, 2017
Toolkit to assist state and local agencies develop interagency agreements for coordinating Pre Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS).
Help students with and without disabilities leave high school with a diploma.
TAGG for Students with ID!
May 6, 2017
Complete this survey to help the University of Oklahoma develop a new transition assessment (the TAGG-A)for students with significant cognitive disabilities.
Free TAGG Webinar!
May 1, 2017
Participate in a free webinar on May 12, 2017 to learn about using the Transition Assessment & Goal Generator (TAGG)!
NTACT State Capacity Building Institute!
Apr 24, 2017
The 2017 NTACT Capacity Building Institute for state teams focused on secondary transition will be held in Kansas City, MO May 16‑18, 2017.
Your Input is Needed!
Apr 18, 2017
Secondary Special Education Teachers – your input is needed about students with intellectual disabilities’ involvement in extracurricular activities!
Ask the Expert: Prepping for College – WHAT & HOW!
Feb 16, 2017
FEB. 23, 2pm CT learn how to prepare students with mental health, intellectual & learning disabilities for college! REGISTER HERE for this free webinar.
RESOURCE: Top Resources for Administrators
Nov 29, 2016
NTACT has compiled a list of resources aimed at helping administrators.
The NDEAM celebrates the contributions of workers with disabilities and educates about the value of a diverse workforce inclusive of their skills and talents.
Learn practical strategies you can use to organize meaningful academic learning for all students
WEBINAR: When Dropouts Return to School
Sep 23, 2016
How an Early Warning System Can Help Identify and Support Reenrollees Students who drop out and later return to school, or reenrollees, are a subgroup especially at risk for dropping out again. However, few...
On Oct.6, 2pm CT, Dr. Mary Morningstar and Sarah Roberts from the University of Kansas will share strategies for meeting the needs of adolescents with disabilities. Register for this free webinar HERE.
This useful guide focuses on the importance of students with disabilities learning to navigate their communities independently.
Inclusive transportation options for youth with disabilities as they leave high school will be shared.
REL West’s video helps schools and districts understand that chronic absenteeism is a problem they can address.
Think College has released a list of summaries of current state policy and legislation for ten states, with new summaries added regularly
Part of the REL Learning Series on Early Warning Systems, presented by Nancy Gerzon, Margie Johnson, and Kisha Spencer.
Think College has uploaded a recording of their June 9th webinar session
A PDF version of this employment guide is available as a free download
This three-part series of webinars leverages CTE to enhance learning for all students.
The Montana Pre-Employment Transition Services Technical Assistance Center is offering a free webinar next week.
RESOURCE: Financial Literacy Annotated Bibliography
Jun 28, 2016
NTACT recently posted this resource that explains why financial literacy is important in transition planning.
The National Center on Deaf-Blindness has developed a new video series for preparing deaf-blind youth for future success.
Dr. Michael Wehmeyer will present the Self-Determined Learning Model of Instruction
A new personnel preparation program at the University of Utah is now accepting applications for Fall 2016.
Think College sponsors webinars on a variety of topics related to postsecondary education for students with intellectual disability.