The Transition Community Network site was created to provide a "one-stop shop" for resources to help transitioning youth with disabilities, their families, and educators access information on topics related to the move from school to adult life in Oregon.
This site has links to resources for students, families, teachers, administrators, and supporting agencies to create opportunities for the students to achieve successful futures. Some of those links include directories for local services, inclusion resources, IEP resources and resources from the Oregon Department of Education.
The site also contains materials for school districts to guide the process of measuring the Post School Outcomes (PSO data collection) to learn how Oregon students are doing one year out of school. The follow up phone interviews provide the school district with invaluable information to guide their provision of transition services and the preparation of students for successful education and employment outcomes in the adult world.
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