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Community of Practice-Transition

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Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND), in collaboration with the Wyoming Department of Education, Special Programs Division facilitates a community of practice for student transition (CoP-T). The goal of this project is to bring together leading professionals and parent advocates to identify best practices and recommendations for improving transition practices in Wyoming. 

The community developed recommendations for Wyoming stakeholders to improve the transitions of students in three identified critical areas: a) transition from early childhood programs to the school districts; b) transition from secondary schools to post-secondary education, employment and community living; and c) transitions of students with social, emotional, and behavioral needs to and from behavioral interventions.

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