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Transition

Transition Services

Transition is an ongoing, coordinated set of activities designed to meet the unique needs of students with a disability and prepare them for further education, employment, and independent living.
 
Region 7 ESC is available to provide technical assistance, training and support for districts regarding best practices and state and federal compliance.

Program Contact
Jackie Reavis
903.988.6978
 

Helpful Links:

 SPP Indicators
 
 Community Resources Directory in Texas
 
 Graduation Requirements
 
 Special Ed Graduation Guidance
 
 Notice of Benefits of RHSP
 
 TEA Secondary Transition Guidance
 
 FHSP Endorsement Opt-Out Agreement
 
 Texas in Transition
 
 Student Attendance Accounting Handbook
 
 Texas Association of Vocational Adjustment
 
 National Technical Assistance Center on Transition
 
 HB 5 Overview
 
 Legal Framework    
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
To access more transition related information, click on a Livebinder below.
 
 Agencies for TransitionAgencies for Transition
 Assessments for Postsecondary Transition
 
 College for Students with Disabilities
 Leaving a Clear Trail
 Parent Resources for Students with Disabilities
 
 Postsecondary Transition
Significant Disproportionality
 SPP13
 SPP14
 
 TNET
 Transition Basics
 TX Grad & AAR
 
 Work-Based Learning
   
 
 
Upcoming Events

If you have any questions regarding the following events, feel free to call or e-mail the program contact or the contacts listed when you click to register for any of the following events.
 
Transition Workshops
Join the ESC Region 7 Transition Related Listservs


Transition and VAC

The Transition and VAC listserv is intended for educators who are responsible for or interested in the area of transition and vocational support for students served by Special Education.  Notices about training opportunities and information about current issues, state requirements, and legal updates will be shared.
 

The purpose of the TNET listserv is to provide general information and updates about post-secondary transition to agencies and service providers who work with students with a disability.