Transition Services (Parents/Guardians)

Parents/Guardians
Transition Services (Parents/Guardians)

Special education services are designed to meet the individual needs of students with disabilities. But what happens after they graduate? The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act requires schools to provide students who have an individualized education program with formal transition planning services. This course will discuss the law’s coordinated set of activities designed to help young adults move from a school environment to post-graduation life.

Course Authors
Gary Greene, PhD
Gary Greene, PhD, is a tenured full professor of special education at California State University, Long Beach, where he trains public school special education teachers in how to accommodate youth with special needs in general and special education classrooms. He has a strong background in teaching youth with disabilities, having worked as a resource specialist for 10 years in public schools. He also has an extensive list of publications and has conducted numerous local, state, national and international presentations on a variety of subjects related to special education.

 

DURATION
9 minutes
LANGUAGES
English