Translating Research into a Seamless Transition Model
|Authors:||Luecking, R. G. & Fabian, E. S.|
|Publication||Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals|
This Research focuses on the implementation of a model for delivering seamless transition services based on the National Collaborative on Workforce and Disability/Youth(NCWD/Y) Guideposts. This research shares how this model has been applied in 11 of the 24 school districts in Maryland for special education populations.
The purpose of this research is to provide preliminary data on the model‚ early impact on students transitioning to careers.
School districts in Maryland.
This study looked at eleven county-wide school districts in Maryland.
This study is a descriptive analysis.
This study had no control.
This study provides early indication that the model has potential to be applied across disability categories as well as demographically diverse school systems. It also it has the potential to serve as a practice framework that alleviates barriers known to impede federal transition policy.
The model presented in this research potentially offers a defined pathway to employment, postsecondary education, and careers for youth with disabilities who are transitioning from public secondary education.
|Disabilities||No specific disability|
|Populations||Male & Female|