Student-Centered Transitions Network

A Leadership Function of the Texas Education Agency

Texas High School student celebrating graduation. Granbury ISD

To begin with the end in mind means to start
with a clear understanding of your destination.
It means to know where you are going so that you better understand
where you are now and so that the steps you take are always in the right direction.
Stephen R. Covey

  • The Texas Transition website is an activity of the Student-Centered Transitions Network (SCTN) in collaboration with the Texas Education Agency (TEA). The SCTN consists of the transition specialists or consultants from each of the 20 regional Education Service Centers (ESCs) throughout the state of Texas. These ESCs form the core of the network as non-regulatory outreach for the TEA and as the resource and support systems to school districts in each region. The SCTN is led by The Eleanor and Charles Garrett Center on Transition and Disability Studies at Sam Houston State University and three ESCs that represent the diversity of Texas: Region 10 ESC in Richardson, Region 13 ESC in Austin, and Region 20 ESC in San Antonio.

     

Education Service Center (ESC) Transition Consultants 

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  • Legal Framework
    Locate your LEA Transition and Employment Designee (TED) on this website by entering the name of your school district in the box labeled, “Enter the LEA name” and clicking “search.”

    The Eleanor and Charles Garrett Center on Transition and Disability Studies at Sam Houston State University
    The Eleanor and Charles Garrett Center on Transition and Disability Studies at Sam Houston State University provides information, professional development, training, and resources on transition and other special education topics to university preservice teachers, practicing educators from early childhood special education through 18+ programs, students with disabilities, their families, state agencies, and the community.

  • National Technical Assistance Center on Transition
    The purpose of the National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT) is to assist state education agencies, local education agencies, and state vocational and rehabilitation agencies in improving transition services. A variety of resources are available on the website.