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Secondary Transition is the process of preparing students for adult life after they leave high school and can be thought of as a bridge between school programs and the opportunities of adult life, including higher education or training, employment, independent living and community participation. Transition planning provides opportunities for students with disabilities to experience positive post-school outcomes, such as:
- higher graduation rate
- lower dropout rates
- increased enrollment in colleges and universities
- higher rates of competitive employment
- increase levels of independence
Secondary Transition Training Opportunities
Please reference the Secondary Transition Support Trainings and Opportunities (PDF) to view the various professional development and technical assistance opportunities available upon request.
- Secondary Transition Support Trainings and Opportunities (PDF)
- Secondary Transition Training Request Form (Google Doc)
Missed the Technical Soundness Check of Transition Action Plans Zoom Meeting?
View the recording of the Technical Soundness Check of Transition Action Plans from September 26, 2019.
Preparing Students with Disabilities for College in Colorado
View the webinar Preparing Students with Disabilities for Higher Education from Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
Regional Secondary Transition Cadre Meetings
State Toolkit for Examining Post-School Success (STEPSS)
Please reference the Secondary Transition Requirements webpage for more information about Indicator 13.
Please reference the Secondary Transition Requirements webpage for more information about Indicator 14.
Please reference the Secondary Transition Requirements webpage for more information about Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP).
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