The National Center on Secondary Education and Transition- The National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET) was established to create opportunities for youth with disabilities to achieve successful futures. NCSET provides technical assistance and disseminates information focused on four major areas of national significance for youth with disabilities and their families:
Providing students with disabilities with improved access and success in the secondary education curriculum.
Ensuring that students achieve positive postschool results in accessing postsecondary education, meaningful employment, independent living and participation in all aspects of community life.
Supporting student and family participation in educational and postschool decision making and planning.
Improving collaboration and system linkages at all levels through the development of broad-based partnerships and networks at the national, state, and local levels.
Headquartered at the Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota, NCSET is a partnership of six major organizations and is funded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Special Education Programs, beginning in October 2000.
Transition Services - NASET - The National Association of Special Education Teachers provides lots of information to support the transition process.
Transition Solutions- is a strategic alliance of the nation's top researchers, educators, and technical assistance providers in the areas of transition systems change, education reform, postsecondary education, workforce preparation, and team and leadership development.
Transition Coalition- Located at the University of Kansas, Department of Special Education, the Transition Coalition maximizes professional development focusing on secondary school reform and transition at the national, state, and local levels.