Tools for Transition

Updated 2/26/19


T-Folio is a free, online transition portfolio tool developed by CCTS. It is designed for youth with disabilities in Washington state and the school and agency personnel who support them. 

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  • Unable to access content? Some schools and organizations have firewalls or other protections in place that block access to certain links. Share the T-Folio Whitelist Spreadsheet with your IT department so they can add all T-Folio links to their list of URLs recognized as safe.

Transition Systemic Framework 2.0 (TSF2)

The TSF2 is CCTS’s secure, online data collection platform that houses the Post-School Survey and district-level post-school outcome data. Future additions to the TSF2 include the Indicator 13 Review Tool, Quality Indicators for Secondary Transition (QuIST), and Special Education Consistency Index (SECI).

You must be employed by a school, district, or ESD in the state of Washington to receive access to the TSF2. To be added to the system, please contact your district's data manager or the person who manages the Post-School Survey. If you're not sure who this person is, contact your district's special education office or email

OSPI's Indicator 13 Checklist/Transition File Review

The Indicator 13 Checklist/Transition File Review, developed by OSPI and aligned with the National Technical Assistance Center on Transition (NTACT) checklist, is a tool for reviewing IEPs for compliance with Indicator 13 requirements.

Quality Indicators for Secondary Transition

The QuIST is a free program improvement tool developed by CCTS. It enables school districts to self-evaluate their transition services for students with disabilities. It is NOT used for compliance monitoring.

Districts can complete the QuIST using a computer-scored Excel workbook. The workbook includes formulas that autocalculate the results and display them on a summary scoresheet.

Special Education Consistency Index

CCTS is proud to partner with OSPI and eLearning for Educators in the launch of the Special Education Consistency Index training, a rigorous, self-paced, 30-hour web-based college-level course intended for experienced special educators. Those who complete the course earn certification as Special Education Consistency Index Scorers. This certification provides three-year access to the web-based Consistency Index platform. 

  • Registration can be completed on the eLearning for Educators website under the "How to Register" section at the bottom of the page.
  • For questions about enrolling in the Special Education Consistency Index course, please contact eLearning at 360-867-6070.