Definition: All students take part in assessment of college, career, and independent living readiness (e.g., academic, cognitive, career/occupational, adaptive behavior). The assessment data is routinely collected and used to inform student-focused planning.
- Readiness assessments
- College and other postsecondary education options
- See the Transition Assessment part of the Transition IEP Tool on our site, which includes essential elements, examples, and video.
- Landmark College in Putney, Vermont, developed a Guide to Assessing College Readiness to help parents and students assess college readiness.
- Students have more options than they realize after high school. See Education Options After High School on our site.
- Our College page covers:
- differences between high school and college
- finding a disability-friendly college
- college life with a disability
- getting ready for college
- Scholarships for NH students entering a STEM field, from the NH Charitable Foundation.
- A little dense to read but has good questions and information: Awareness of Postsecondary Options from the Heath Resource Center at George Washington University. Organized in a Q&A format with a bulleted list summary.
- Explore non-degree postsecondary options in this two-part series from the Heath Resource Center at George Washington University. Part 1 of “Non-Degree Postsecondary Options for Individuals with Disabilities” highlights a broad range of postsecondary options. Part 2 highlights select programs and services throughout the United States.
- Explore Career and Technical Education (CTE) at the postsecondary level: www.heath.gwu.edu/career-technical-education/
Link check 1-23-2017