D.C. Secondary Transition Institute 2022

Bridging the Gap: Secondary Transition is College & Career Readiness for Students with Disabilities.

Youth and education professionals with and without disabilities in a row, silhouetted in blue.

May 17-18, 2022

SchoolTalk, the D.C. Office of the State Superintendent of Education’s Division of Post Secondary Careers & Education (PCE), and the D.C. Secondary Transition Community of Practice will host a D.C. Secondary Transition Institute for local education agencies and community organizations.

Participants learned about secondary transition for students with disabilities, gathered resources, and meet with individuals from across the District working to improve post-school outcomes for students with disabilities.

This year’s Institute centered on Bridging the Gap: Secondary Transition is College & Career Readiness for Students with Disabilities.

 


7 Reasons Why D.C. Educators Should Participate

  1. Local focus, local resources!
    This event is just for secondary transition and education professionals working in D.C. communities and includes a 24-hour virtual exhibit hall.
  2. Prepare for the future!
    Start early to get ready the 2022-23 school year.
  3. Go beyond basic compliance!
    Gather resources to enhance secondary transition planning.
  4. Not an ordinary virtual meeting!
    Use our virtual meeting service to access an entire online meeting eco-system.
  5. Tools and resources!
    Access the newest secondary transition tools, resources, and research.
  6. Build your professional network!
    Connect with your peers from RSA counselors to special educators to community partners via in-app networking opportunities.
  7. Synchronous and asynchronous learning!
    Participate in live sessions or dig into recorded content up to six months post-event.

Sponsored by the D.C. Office of the State Superintendent of Education

Logo - D.C. Office of the State Superintendent of Education (OSSE)           Logo - D.C. Secondary Transition Community of Practice: Collaborate. Inform. Empower.