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Summary of Performance (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Tech Tools for College Readiness (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Transition & Employment Services Designee (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Texas Transition and Employment Guide (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Pre-Employment Transition Services (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Job Exploration Counseling (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Counseling on Postsecondary Education (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Self-Advocacy Instruction (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Work-based Learning Experiences (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Workplace Readiness Training (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Military Readiness (Student-Centered Transitions Network)

Texas Transition and Employment Guide

Texas Transition and Employment Guide (Spanish)

Texas Transition and Employment Guide Translated in ASL

A Transition Guide to Postsecondary Education and Employment for Students with Disabilities  

Personal Competencies for College and Career Success: What College Can Do   

Possibilities:  A Financial Resource for Parents of Children with Disabilities 



Online Resources


What is Transition?

Texas Transition Student-Centered Transitions Network

Postsecondary Education: Preparation Is a Necessary Ingredient for Success

Questions to Ask Colleges About Assistive Technology Resources

School Counselors:  Facilitating Transitions for Students with Disabilities from High School to Post-School Settings - Training Module - The Iris Center

Self Determination

Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education:  Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

Transition to Preschool

Getting Ready for When Your Teen Reaches Age of Majority:  A Parent's Guide

Secondary Transition Guidance Texas Education Agency 





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