A Family Guide to Transition Services in Mass
Transition is the passage of a student receiving special education services from high school to adult life as they exit from high school because the student has either graduated from high school with a high school diploma or has turned 22 years of age, the age when a school district is no longer required to provide special education services. Developed by the Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission and the Federation for Children with Special Needs, this helpful Guide is available in English and Spanish.
18th Annual Great Beginnings Conference
Friday, October 24, 2014 – DCU Center, Worcester, MA
Registrations must be submitted online or postmarked on or before Friday October 10, 2014. Early Bird Discount for registrations received online or postmarked on or before Friday, September 19, 2014.
Massachusetts Family, School, and Community Partnership Fundamentals
Learn about a guidance tool for enhancing family and community engagement in your school and district.
Family Engagement in Every School for Every Child
When families, schools and communities partner together, great things can be accomplished?
Family FACTS on Education
Resources for answering families’ questions on educational topics
Choose the Right Advocate
Download our “A Parent’s Guide to Selecting a Special Education Advocate in Massachusetts” brochure in English, Spanish or Portuguese
Transition into Adulthood
Planning A Life: Making the Most Out of High School for Students with Disabilities – View the 2014-2015 Schedule!