SERC Programs


The Secondary Transition Initiative, in collaboration with the CT State Department of Education, has been proactive in the design and delivery of quality transition training and technical assistance to CT schools, as well as with CT parents/family members of students with disabilities and other community agencies. The Transition Initiative strives to meet the needs of students, families, educators, and local and state agency representatives in areas critical to student successful transition from middle to high school and into the adult world. Person Centered Planning, Transition Assessments, Developing Meaningful Post-School Outcome Goals and Annual Goals & Objectives that Align with the CT Core Standards, Social Skills Training, Self-Advocacy, and the use of assistive technology continue to be high priority training need areas. SERC’s goal and commitment continues to be the academic and vocational success of students in the least restrictive environment, leading to meaningful post-school outcomes. With the final outcome being: All Connecticut Learners Succeed in School and Graduate - College and Career Ready.

View Upcoming Professional Development in Secondary Transition

Learning Resources in Secondary Transition

Transition Guidance Documents

Transition IEP Resources

Transition Learning Opportunities

For further information or additional resources, please contact:

  • Melissa Wrigley: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    Educational Consultant, SERC
    (860) 632-1485 ext. 397