Students Transitioning to Adult Life: Navigating Resources (April 21, 2022)
In this one-hour live webinar, Idaho Parents Unlimited and the Idaho State Department of Education partner to share information and resources for students with disabilities, their families, and secondary school staff to assist in preparation for transitioning from school to adult services. View Recording of the Students Transitioning to Adult Life webinar.
- Indicator 14 Post School Data Collection Survey (April 27, 2022) This webinar will provide information and resources for Idaho LEAs to collect survey information from their former 2021 SPED student exiters (graduation, age-out, drop-out). View Recording of the Indicator 14 Post School Data Collection Survey webinar.
- Secondary Transition Planning and Next Steps Idaho (May 24, 2022) Staff from the College and Career Access department of the Idaho State Board of Education will walk participants through the Next Steps Idaho website sharing useful resources and tools. Register for the Secondary Transition Planning and Next Steps Idaho.
The Arc Virtual Program Library
offers a virtual program library that is a free hub of on-demand activities that can be done from home by people with disabilities, their families, and service providers.
Workforce AtlasWorkforce Atlas
is a free online career pathways platform that assesses your literacy, numeracy, workplace skills, and interests and recommends occupations, online resources, and providers that can help achieve professional, academic, and personal goals.
Workforce GPSWorkforce GPS
has posted some “Work Experiences for Youth” videos. This is a collection of providers sharing their success stories, best practices, and lessons learned from adapting programs during COVID-19.
Reality TownReality Town
is a fun, hands-on curriculum that culminates in a two hour simulation event run by your school personnel, during which time students take on a career, salary, spouse, or lack thereof, children and the financial obligations of a 30 year old adult. The Reality Town program is a great motivator and eye-opening experience, as students learn many financial and life concepts. LEA’s can borrow the Kit and site license from Idaho SESTA at no charge. The kit
comes with everything the LEA will need to host their event for up to 200 students. For more information and to borrow the kit, please contact Idaho SESTA
UPDATED Moving On Binder and support documents (Fall 2021)Moving On BinderPlanning for GraduationIdaho Graduation Timeline and Transition Planning ActivitiesIEP Team Grad Guide and Transition Planning ToolIdaho Graduation Timeline and Transition Planning Activities - SPANISH