For students at risk and students with IEPs
Definition: There are formal processes, structures and outcomes established among school, employers, and employment related agencies, community agencies, and postsecondary institutions, which clearly articulate the roles and responsibilities to assure the following occur in culturally appropriate ways: a) methods of communication for all parties, b) information-sharing protocols, c) referral protocols, d) service and task responsibilities, e) funding responsibilities, and f) points of contact.
- Formal processes, structures and outcomes
- Communication methods
- Information-sharing and referral protocols
- Service and task responsibilities
- Funding responsibilities
- Points of contact
From the National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT): A Guide to Developing Collaborative School-Community-Business Partnerships (PDF, 2015, 31 pages). It covers getting started, convening the partners, strategies for engaging key partners including families, and sustaining the partnerships.
Formal processes, structures and outcomes
Interagency collaboration annotated bibliography (MSWord, 10 pages, 2010) from the National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center (NSTTAC) with information about interagency collaboration models and strategies; roles and responsibilities of schools, communities, and agencies; issues and barriers to effective collaboration; and interagency collaboration in practice.
Blog about presuming positive intentions from Maryclare Heffernan.
Information-sharing and referral protocols
- vocational rehabilitation
- social security
- juvenile justice
- behavioral health
- workforce investment