This statewide online kick-off is the first in a series of seminars and workshops designed to assist school districts in creating action plans for change.
CCTS is hosting two drop-in sessions to provide technical assistance and coaching for individuals and teams who are developing their Inclusionary Practices Project plan. The meeting agendas are open and will be driven by the needs and questions of the participants. Click the links below for details and registration.
CCTS is one of several agencies collaborating with OSPI as part of the Inclusionary Practices Professional Development Project.
Starting in spring of 2020, CCTS will be working with school teams statewide to:
For details about opportunities in your area, contact Kris Hirschmann, CCTS Director of Transition Services.
Visit www.cctsForum.com to view and download archived Forum presentation materials.
Visit www.cctsdvrproject.com/program to view and download archived presentation materials.
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.
Visit the CCTS/DVR Project website for more details.