The CT CORE Transitions Skills Chart is a resource document that is the product of collaboration between the CT State Department of Education's Transition Task Force (TTF), the Bureau of Rehabilitation Service’s Transition Committee and the State Education Resource Center (SERC). It was developed to support instruction of the CT CORE Transition Skills: 16 key skill areas that the CT State Department of Education has determined to be critical to the post-school success of any student with a disability. The chart includes the basic skills young adults need to address as they transition to life after high school including postsecondary education/training, employment as well as independent living skills. This chart also provides a quick reference for assessments and resources that students, families, education and vocational rehabilitation professionals can use as they work together to develop Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) and Individualized Plans for Employment (IPEs). This chart also addresses the alignment of the transition skills to the Connecticut Core Standards (http://ctcorestandards.org/) . Examples of possible goals & objectives aligned with a few of the English Language Arts College & Career Readiness Anchor Standards (CCRA) have been provided. Please note that this is not an exhaustive list. Many more examples of the alignment with the CT Core Standards should be developed. In addition, possible transition activities to support each CT CORE Transition Skill are included.