The Texas Transition and Employment Guide can help students with disabilities to plan for adult life. You can begin planning while you are in school. Use this guide to find out what to expect and where to find help. You will see the term “family” used to describe the person or people in your life who support you. Family might be your mom, your dad, or another family member. Family can also mean a foster parent or someone else who makes legal decisions for you.
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Gather your district teams and join us for the online event of the year! For the first Texas Collaboration Institute, SCTN has teamed up with NTACT: C to bring you national speakers, facilitated training, and a focus on district team building and collaboration. Local Educational Agency (LEA) teams comprised of Special Education (SPED), Career & Technical Education (CTE), and Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) will begin the discussion on partnerships that change results and lives of students with disabilities.
The SCTN's new resource, Transition and Employment Designee Guidelines, is now available. The guidelines provide TEDs with information and tools to better understand their role.
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- Local Education Agencies
- Education Service Centers
- Parents and Students Served by Special Education
- Stakeholders Across Texas