Building the Dream: Transition Services and the IEP

NEW* Transition in the Individualized Education Program: What Parents and Students Need to Know (KSDE)

Resources For Youth

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General Resources

Transition Assessment

Person-Centered Planning

Postsecondary Goals

Transition Services

Least Restrictive Environment

Services for Students Age 18-21

  • Chapter 8 of Kansas Special Education Process Handbook (pg. 6 of pdf) If a child with a disability is 18 years of age or older and is still eligible for special education and related services, can a school district require that child to participate in an “18-to-21 program”, or must the child’s IEP Team individually determine the educational placement, services and supports that are appropriate for that particular child?

Summary of Performance

Interagency Linkages

Indicator 13

Individual Plans of Study (IPS)

Other

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