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Matching In-school Predictors of Post-school Success to Variables in the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012
Reviews of the transition literature have identified 23 in-school predictors of post-school success for students with disabilities.
January 26, 2023
Comparing Access to In-School Predictors of Post-School Success for Students with Intellectual Disability in Conventional and College-Based Transition Services
College-based transition services provide opportunities for transition-age students with intellectual disability and autism (ID/A) between the ages of 18 and 22 to receive their final years of secondary transition services in a college or university setting.
January 25, 2023
Paid Employment of Transition-age Youth with Intellectual Disability and Autism Compared with Other Youth
Employment is one of the most significant markers of independence and success for a person. One’s ability to secure and maintain employment in a paid position can have a significant impact on their overall quality of life, community participation, financial self-sufficiency, and pathway to a
October 24, 2022
This publication shares findings from a secondary analysis of the NLTS 2012 dataset, looking specifically at parent expectations for students with intellectual disability and autism and compared them to those of students in other disability groups.
October 19, 2022
Understanding College and Employment Preparation of Transition-Age Youth with Intellectual Disability and Autism Using NLTS 2012 Data (recorded presentation)
How are youth with intellectual disability and autism preparing for postsecondary education and employment? In this recorded presentation, Think College staff, Meg Grigal and Clare Papay, share findings from the Institute of Education Sciences funded Moving Transition Forward project.
July 21, 2022
This session shared findings from an IES-funded study analyzing data from the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012 to examine the college and employment preparation activities of youth with intellectual disability and autism.
February 8, 2022
In November 2021, Think College staff (Meg Grigal and Clare Papay) presented at the State of the Art conference on recent research conducted on college-based transition services (CBTS). College-based transition services (CBTS) are an emerging model for youth with ID ages 18 to 22.
November 8, 2021
These presentations, sharing findings from the Moving Transition Forward project, were delivered by Clare Papay and Meg Grigal at the 2021 Council for Exceptional Children annual convention. Descriptions are listed below, and handouts are attached.
September 13, 2021
Identifying the Presence of Research-based Predictors in Transition Experiences of Students w/ID Using NLTS2
Presented at the CEC LIVE 2021 conference, Clare Papay and Meg Grigal shared findings from a study that analyzed data from the National Longitudinal Transition Study 2012 to determine if youth with ID/A are receiving transition services that are aligned with research-based and promising predictor
June 14, 2021
In this Data Blitz session at CEC LIVE 2021, Clare Papay and Meg Grigal shared initial results of a study from the Moving Transition Forward project.
June 14, 2021