Learn how to develop an IEP transition plan for your child. This plan is commonly referred to as an Individualized Transition Plan (ITP). By law, under the IDEA, all students are required to have an ITP by the age of 16. It should cover everything from setting realistic IEP goals to preparing for post-transition services after high school.

Watch as Melody Musgrove, EdD, former director of the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) in the US Department of Education, explains the IEP transition process and how to plan for success. An IEP transition plan must be in place by the age of 16. She discusses the IEP transition plan and what services must be included as part of the transition.

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