“Idaho IEP Guidance Handbook” State Department of Education

Idaho

“In order to best meet IDEA and to prepare our students for post-secondary education, training, employment and independent living, transition plans must be in place before a student’s 16th birthday. This chapter includes The steps required to complete an IEP Transition Plan. Transition Planning at 14 Beginning when the child is age 14 (or younger, if appropriate), the IEP must address (within the applicable parts of the IEP) the courses he or she needs to take to reach his or her post-school goals. A statement of transition services needs must also be included in each of the child's subsequent IEPs. Transition Planning at 16 Beginning when the child is age 16 (or younger, if appropriate), the IEP must state what transition services are needed to help the child to prepare for leaving school.”

State Policies & Initiatives: 
Policy
Systems: 
  • Department of Education
Topics: 
  • School-to-Work Transition
Date Enacted: 
08/01/2016
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