We are excited to announce that the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE), Bureau of Special Education (BSE) Secondary Transition – Planning from School to Adult Life web page has been redesigned and is available at: https://portal.ct.gov/SDE/Special-Education/Secondary-Transition.
This page is comprised of eight sections:
- The Main page describes an overview of transition services, including the secondary transition planning process, as well as information and links for secondary transition professional learning opportunities.
- The Documents/Forms page contains CSDE secondary transition documents/forms in the following areas: Secondary Transition Planning, Transition Assessments, Post-School Outcome Goal Statements (PSOGS) & Annual IEP Transition Goals and Objectives, Self-Advocacy and Self-Determination, Student Success Plans (SSPs), and Summary of Performance (SOP/ED635).
- The Related Resources page contains additional resources related to secondary transition including information from other state agencies.
- The Resources for Students and Families page contains secondary transition resources for students and families.
- The Easing Into Secondary Transition: A Comprehensive Guide to Resources and Services in Connecticut page was developed as a result of a collaborative effort between the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE), the Department of Aging and Disability Services (ADS), the Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (DMHAS), the Department of Developmental Disabilities (DDS), the Regional Educational Service Centers (RESCs), the State Education Resource Center (SERC), and the Connecticut Parent Advocacy Center (CPAC). The guide may be used as a resource for educators, students, and families throughout Connecticut to identify secondary transition resources and services.
- The IDEA Part B Indicators: 1, 2, 13, and 14 page contains resources and tools related to IDEA Part B Indicators 1: Graduation, 2: Dropout, 13: Secondary Transition, and 14: Post-School Outcomes and Post-School Outcome Survey (PSOS).
- The Laws/Regulations page contains federal and state laws and regulations related to secondary transition.
- The CT Transition Programs page contains a link to a listing of CT Transition Programs (18-21).
We hope you will utilize this valuable tool as you navigate through the secondary transition planning process.
Questions can be directed to Alycia M. Trakas by phone at (860) 713-6932 or by e-mail at Alycia.Trakas@ct.gov.