Self-Assessment Webcast Section 3A: Conducting the Self-Assessment: Evaluating Post-Secondary Transition (SPP Indicator 13) Using the Transition Record Review Checklist PI-SA-RRC-TRAN-001 Nine Items T-1: Student Invited to IEP Meeting
Conducting the Self-Assessment: Evaluating Post-Secondary Transition (SPP Indicator 13)
Yes= The Student was invited to the IEP meeting if the purpose of the IEP meeting was to consider transition services.
Yes= There is a measurablepostsecondary goal that covers (1) education or training, (2) employment, and when appropriate, (3) independent living.
Yes= There are transition services in the IEP that focus on improving the academic and functional achievement of the student to facilitate their movement from school to post-school.
Guiding Question #1: Are there transition services listed on the IEP that are likely to be provided or paid for by outside agencies during the term of the current IEP? If yes, continue with Guiding Question #2. If no, check “NA” on the recording form and move on to item T-6.
Guiding Question #2: Was parent or child consent to invite outside agencies obtained? If yes, continue with guiding question #3. If the parent or child refused consent; or there is documentation of three good faith, but unsuccessful attempts to obtain parent or child consent, check “NA” on the recording form and move on to item T-6.
Guiding Question #3: Were outside agencies invited to the students IEP meeting to discuss transition. If yes, check the “yes” box. If no, check the “no” box.
Yes= The transition services include a course of study that focuses on improving the academic and functional achievement of the student to facilitate their movement from school to post-school.
Yes= There is an annual IEP goal, or goals, that will reasonably help the student meet his or her postsecondary goal(s).
Yes= The answer for items T-1 through T-7 is “YES” or “NA”.
NA= The student is listed as a participant at the IEP meeting held to discuss transition services.
Yes= The student is not listed as a participant in the meeting, but steps taken to ensure the student’s preferences and interests were considered are documented.