Definition: Specific and consistent policies and procedures that support implementation of identified practices are established, clearly communicated, and implemented within educational community, and between educational and community service agencies.
- Evidence-based practices
- Local transition teams
What does evidence-based mean?
Evidence-based practices and educational technology, a helpful resource list for teachers: eduscapes.com/tap/evidence.html
The National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center’s (NSTTAC) 2013 report, Evidence-Based Practices and Predictors in Secondary Transition: What We Know and What We Still Need to Know (PDF, 10 pages).
National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT) has defined the differences between evidence-based, research-based, promising, and unestablished practices in one chart, Descriptors of Levels of Evidence (PDF, 1 page).