NTACT hosts "toolkits" of resources on a variety of topics, related to secondary education and services for students with disabilities and the capacity building associated with improving such education and services. These toolkits provide an overview and then step-by-step guidance and resources on the specific topic. In this section you'll find resources on content such as competitive integrated employment, or transition assessment; as well as strategies such as planning and implementing evaluation of your work, or hosting a transition fair. Take a look!
Competitive Integrated Employment
A dynamic toolkit of guidance and resources, providing a framework to assist State and local teams in collaboratively implementing transition services to improve post school employment outcomes for students with disabilities.
A collection of guidance and specific examples for state and local teams to use to improve their programs and services by determining what is working, what is not working, and what needs to be changed or replicated.
Guidance on the development of the formal interagency agreement between the vocational rehabilitation and education agencies as part of the implementation of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act.
Postsecondary Education and Training
Intended as a resource for any student with a disability, family member, service provider, or educator of a student with a disability, to consider options and plan for PSET access and success.
Team Leader Sustainability
Guidance to assist state and local transition team leaders as they effective build, implement, and sustain team plans to improve services for secondary students with disabilities. The toolkit provides guidance on team structures and planning to sustain the work through turnover and policy changes.
Now in its fourth edition, the toolkit overviews the purposes and process of transition assessment and provides guidance for practitioners in selecting and using formal and informal assessments to help students and families plan for their future after high school.
A practical guide, including descriptions and detailed planning tools, for local educators and leaders who are thinking about, in the process of, or looking to improve a transition fair.
A transition institute is a strategy for building capacity in a state to improve practice. It integrates professional development, data-based decision making, and collaborative strategic planning. This toolkit guides a state team through every step in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of statewide transition institutes.