Transition planning at the intersection of special education and inclusionCzlowiek, Niepelnosprawnosc, Spoleczenstwo (2015)
Transition from high school to postsecondary education (PSE) and employment can be challenging for all youth, and particularly for youth with intellectual disability (ID) who are more likely to remain in poverty than their peers without disabilities. In the United States, the critical transition period from adolescence to adulthood for students with ID is receiving increased attention. This article reviews transition challenges and describes the role of transition specialists in providing effective support strategies to meet the postsecondary transition needs of students with ID.
Citation InformationAmy Cook and Felicia Wilczenski. "Transition planning at the intersection of special education and inclusion" Czlowiek, Niepelnosprawnosc, Spoleczenstwo Vol. 4 Iss. 30 (2015) p. 5 - 15
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/amy_cook/36/