Projects

updated 11/07/2019

Coming Soon!

CCTS is excited to be partnering with OSPI as part of their Inclusionary Practices Professional Development Project.

Under this new contract, CCTS will be working with school teams statewide to increase inclusionary practices in general education, focusing on Career Technical Education (CTE) classrooms. This project aims to promote positive shifts in student expectations and opportunities, expanded possibilities for CTE access, and systemic change in teacher practices.

Over the course of a year, participants in this statewide professional development initiative can expect to develop meaningful, data-informed action plans for their districts with support and technical assistance from skilled transition specialists. Stay tuned for more information on how your district can be part of this professional development opportunity in 2020.

2019 CCTS Transition Forum

Bringing it All Together: Building Teams for Quality Transition Services

June 24-25, 2019 | Yakima, WA

Visit www.cctsForum.com to view and download Forum presentation materials.

2016-2018 CCTS/DVR Collaboration Project

Overview

In August 2016, CCTS received a contract award from the Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) to improve the transition outcomes of students with disabilities from school to employment or postsecondary education.

In collaboration with DVR, CCTS works to facilitate partnerships with the ESDs and LEAs to address the authorized activities as outlined in Title IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) as well as to support and enhance the required activities listed in the WIOA Scope of Work.

Goals

  1. Increase post-school outcomes in employment and postsecondary education/training programs for students with disabilities in Washington state.
  2. Provide a coordinated set of pre-employment transition services (Pre-ETS) between LEAs, ESDs and DVR agencies throughout Washington state.

Outcomes

  • CCTS Transition Specialists and DVR Pre-Employment Transition Consultants collaborated with district-level Transition Learning Communities (TLCs) and regional Interagency Transition Networks (ITNs) to improve and increase post-school outcomes for students in employment and education.
  • In June 2018, CCTS hosted a Transition Forum in Wenatchee to report on the overall process, outcomes, and promising practices for implementation throughout the state.

Visit the CCTS/DVR Project website for more details.