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Texas Post-Secondary Transition Capacity Building and Coordination Needs Assessment Study
Collaboration and Coordination with TWC, TEA, and ISD's



Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and Texas Education Agency (TEA) have developed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to help guide collaborations defined by current federal legislation. The intention is to improve transition efforts for students with disabilities.  One of the initiatives of TWC is for Texas A&M University’s Center on Disability and Development to provide training and technical assistance to regional and local transition teams. This training will help build statewide capacity for providing quality transition services to students with disabilities. This needs assessment study is a critical part of the project.  Findings from the study will guide the selection of training topics, materials, formats, and trainers. Your participation in the focus group discussion will help us gather important data for this purpose.

 


Important Session Information:


This focus group is limited to the first 20 people to register.  Registration is open to Regions 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18.  Each of these regions are part of TWC's Region 1 area.  Registration is first come, first serve.

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Session ID:
621961
Credits Available:
(6) CPE
Seats Available:
4
Fee:
$0.00 (* No Charge)
Contact Person:
Elizabeth Archer
Instructor(s):
Joana Idakwo
Vanessa Richards
Audience:
Secondary Special Education Teacher (7-12), Transition and Employment Designee (TED)
Date Time Location
2/28/2019 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Region 17 ESC - South Conference C, South Conference B


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