What is Secondary Transition?
Transition planning is a multistep process that guides youth from high school into adult living after they leave school.
Planning begins at age 14, or younger if determined appropriate by the IEP team, and continues through high school as academic instruction and community experiences help clarify and support students’ goals.
Preparing students to pursue their dreams of further education or training.
Preparing all students to be competitively employed or supported through the appropriate continuum of employment services.
Fostering skills for living independently in the community of their choice.