Special Education

Transition from School to Post School for Students with Disabilities

The resources and materials within this section are designed to assist schools, students and families with the transition from school to post-school.  A successful transition process is based on the student’s strengths, preferences and interests, and requires collaboration between the school district, student, family and community agencies.  Transition planning and services are designed to prepare a student with a disability to achieve his or her post-secondary goals related to living, learning and earning within the community.

Who to Contact

Special Education Policy
89 Washington Ave. . Room 309 EB
Albany NY 12234
Phone: 518-473-2878
Fax: 518-473-5387
Email Special Education

Publications Requests

Special Education Publications
Room 1624 OCP
Albany NY 12234
Fax: 518-474-2219
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News and Announcements

News and timely information from Special Education

Resources

  • Transition Services Professional Development Support Center
  • Regional Transition Specialists
  • Requirements and Guidelines - information about what is required of school districts and agencies in providing transition planning and services, including pertinent regulations, student exit summary and transition quality indicators.
  • Implementation Tools - information to help with putting an effective transition process into place in your school or community, including, Career and Technical Skills Achievement Profile, effective practices and level 1 career assessment.
  • Data and Reports - reports and links to data that help to describe the transition planning and services process, including the State Performance Plan and Longitudinal Post School Indicators Project .
  • Student, Family and School Resources - information or internet links to information that students, families and schools may find particularly helpful in deciding how to plan for transitions.
  • Who Can Help - describes people in your community who may have information you need.
Last Updated: January 10, 2014