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The NH Transition State Community of Practice (NH COP) is offering a robust lineup of timely topics for the 2023 Education Series. The first session is January 5 at 9… Continue reading: 2023 NH COP Education Series starts Jan 5
Descriptions of the Spotlight Sessions at the Nov 18 Transition Summit are now available as a Google Doc. There are morning choices and afternoon choices. This year you will not… Continue reading: Summit Spotlight Session Descriptions Available
Jonathan Martinis, Senior Director for Law and Policy for the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University, will be the keynote speaker at the Nov 18 Transition Summit at the Grappone… Continue reading: Jonathan Martinis to Keynote Nov 18 Transition Summit
Upcoming Transition Events
Thurs, Jan 5, 2023, 9:00 – 10:00 am. Exit Planning for Transition Age Youth with Mindy Huckins from Gateways Community Services and Dan Alexander from Nashua School District. Join Mindy and Dan as they discuss best practices for incorporating school exit options in person-centered planning. This is the first session of the 2023 NH COP Educational Series. All are welcome! The Zoom link is the same each month. If you want to call in instead: ph 646-558-8656. Meeting ID: 896 8642 9626. Passcode: transition or 8807085249. 2023 Educational Series schedule
The Next Steps NH project provided professional development and coaching to selected New Hampshire high schools for the purpose of increasing the graduation rate of students with disabilities and students at risk.
This was done through implementing evidence-informed transition planning practices that helped students prepare for college, career, and adult life.
This website was part of the project and housed all tools and resources developed as part of the project. The website is now supported by the NH Department of Education and managed at Keene State College.
Video of the Month
Vote for Access, Episode 1 – Attitudes. If people with disabilities voted at the same rate as non-disabled voters, two million more votes would be cast. Vote for Access is a five-part series addressing the problems with voting for people with disabilities, and some solutions that everyone should know about. 4:45-minutes.
BeyondClassroom ELO Website
The contents of this website were developed under a grant from the US Department of Education, H323A120003. However, those contents do not necessarily represent the policy of the US Department of Education, and you should not assume endorsement by the Federal Government. (Project Officer, Corinne Weidenthal)
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