An educational evaluation, or transition assessment, serves as the basis for planning high-school students' post-school outcomes. Transition assessment services identify a student's unique needs, strengths, preferences, interests, and post-school goals and then determine how best to meet those goals through planning instructional programming in high school; identifying potential living, working, and educational environments; and identifying programs, services, supports, and resources.
Christopher Skerritt, CRC, CVE, coordinates our transition assessment services, which incorporate techniques from career education, vocational rehabilitation, and curriculum-based evaluation to identify what a student's post-secondary living, social, learning, and vocational goals may look like and determine the student's related strengths and needs.
Based on the individual needs of the student, transition assessment services may include, among others:
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