TOPIC: Transition from Adolescence
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Transitions From High School to Higher Ed
Student Support in Higher Ed
Transitions From High School to Career
General Supports for Transition into Adulthood
Special Support for Transition into Adulthood
Relevant Publications That Can Be Obtained through Libraries
- After High School: A guide that includes a self-scoring interest survey, an informal assessment of abilities, and an informal assessment of values to help students plan their future after high school. By Harris, B. (2011). Createspace.
- Career pathways: Aligning public resources to support individual and regional economic advancement in knowledge economy. (2006) D. Jenkins. New York: Workforce Strategy Center
- Community and self-report of the facility to community transition needs for adjudicated youth with disabilities. (2005) D. Unruh & M. Bullis. Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 28, 67-79.
- Disconnected youth: Federal action could address some of the challenges faced by local programs that reconnect youth to education and employment.(2008) Government Accountability Office (GAO08-131).
- Employment and social outcomes associated with vocational programming for youths with emotional or behavioral disorders (2002) W. Corbet, et al., Behavioral Disorders, 27, 358-370.
- Overcoming the odds: Qualitative examination of resilience among formerly incarcerated adolescents. (2001) B. Todis, et al., Exceptional Children, 68, 119-139.
- Transition services for students with significant disabilities in college and community settings: Strategies for planning, implementation, and evaluation. Grigal, M., Neubert, D.A., & Moon, S.M. PRO-ED, Inc: Austin, TX, US, 2005.
- Work, postsecondary education, and psychosocial functioning following the transition from high school. Gore, S. & Aseltine, R.H. In the Journal of Adolescent Research; 2005, 20(6), 615-639.
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