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October 17, 2016

MAC Helps Break Down Recent DESE Advisory on Transition Services

  Over the summer the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) wrote about the need for making life after high school better for students with disabilities. Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC) help explain the DESE advisory and what it means for parents, advocates, and people with disabilities.Bill Crane, a lawyer at MAC with years of experience in…

 

Over the summer the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) wrote about the need for making life after high school better for students with disabilities. Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC) help explain the DESE advisory and what it means for parents, advocates, and people with disabilities.

Bill Crane, a lawyer at MAC with years of experience in special education, put together an overview of what transition services are and why they are so important.

You can read his article on the MAC website or download this quick one-pager from MAC.

 

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