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Secondary Transitions

Reading List and Resources


Attributes Contributing to the Employment Satisfaction of University Graduates with Learning Disabilities

The Effects of Self-Monitoring of Academic Performance on Students with Learning Disabilities and ADD/ADHD

Disability Inquiries in the Workforce Development System

The Art of Disclosing Your Disability


2015-2016 High School Assessment Accommodations Policies: An Analysis of ACT, SAT, PARCC, and Smarter Balanced (NCEO Report 403) (MN UCEDD/LEND)

This report from ICI's National Center on Educational Outcomes (NCEO)  provides a snapshot of how accommodations were included in policies across ACT, SAT, Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC), and Smarter Balanced during the 2015-16 school year. As required by federal and state legislation, all students, including students with disabilities and English learners (ELs), participate in state assessments used for accountability. Some states use assessments developed by consortia of states. States also are required to ensure that graduating students are college- and career-ready (CCR). Some states use state-administrations of the ACT or SAT as their measure of CCR. Many students with disabilities and ELs use accessibility features and accommodations to access each of these assessments. This report analyzes differences in the accessibility framework, decision-making process, and terminology across the four assessments. NCEO receives funding from the Research to Practice Division, Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education; states; and several other organizations. Written by Sheryl S. Lazarus and Martha L. Thurlow.

NSTTAC (National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center) Indicator 13 Checklist Form A

Planning for Your Transition from High School to Adult Life

The 411 on Disability Disclosure

Disclosure Decisions to Get the Job


College Scholarships and Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities

Though the price of obtaining a postsecondary education can be steep, both traditional and online college degrees should be accessible to everyone. To offset costs, many seek alternative sources of funding, including grants, loans, and scholarships. Students with disabilities who are entering college will find that there are selective scholarship opportunities for which they may apply that can help pay for school. Discover scholarships, both narrowly- and broadly-focused, that can help students with disabilities pay for their educations, as well as additional resources for obtaining funding.

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Customized Employment Support

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Disability Employment Statistics

National Gateway to Self-Determination

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Wyoming Independent Living

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Developmental Disabilities

The Wyoming Department of Health

Transition Goals in the IEP

Center for Parent Information and Resources

University of Montana Rural Institute Transition Planning

National Technical Assistance Center on Transition

Special Olympics Wyoming

Wyoming Governor’s Council on Developmental Disabilities

Wyoming Employment First

Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)

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Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-2977


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