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Moving On to High School: A Tip Sheet for Parents of Children on Individualized Education Plans

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Time spent in school is probably the single greatest feature of a young person's life. So it only makes sense for parents to make sure their sons and daughters get what they need from school. Even though families don't have much influence over how schools structure courses, there are things they can do to make the most of what schools have to offer. This tip sheet is based on the experiences of students with disabilities in public schools and their families.

Making Dreams a Reality: Using Personal Networks to Achieve Goals as You Prepare to Leave High School

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Leaving high school can be both exciting and stressful. This brief tells the stories of students who used their personal networks to exercise self-determination and follow their goals, and includes worksheets for students to build and use their own networks.

Self-Determination and Struggle in the Lives of Adolescents

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As students of all ability levels move into adulthood, they seek to define themselves and develop goals for the future. This study identifies four categories of students and offering targeted suggestions for support.

Moving On: Planning for the Future (Video)

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This video outlines a step-by-step process for transition planning.

Helpful Hints: How to Fill Out a Winning PASS Application

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This brief uses the story of one career woman to illustrate how to apply for and use a PASS (Plan for Achieving Self Support), a Social Security program that allows people receiving SSI to maintain benefits as they start working.

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