National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET) Website


A website presenting NCSET, a center that focuses on improved access and success for students with disabilities in secondary and postsecondary education, as well as employment, independent living, and community participation. Activities include training for educators and other professionals; technical assistance to organizations, schools, and agencies; twice monthly electronic newsletter; and distribution of over 80 NCSET publications through this site. NCSET is a center within ICI.

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National Center on Secondary Education and Transition (NCSET)


  • Community life
    • Self-advocacy and self-determination
    • Culture and diversity
      • Cultural competence
      • Education practices (K12 and transition)
        • Academic standards
          • Accommodations and supports
            • Assistive/adaptive technology
              • Dropout prevention and student engagement
                • Family engagement
                  • IEP development
                    • Instructional strategies
                      • Literacy
                        • Mentoring of youth
                          • Paraprofessional and teacher development
                            • Positive behavior support
                              • Student learning strategies
                                • Transition planning
                                  • Youth development and leadership
                                  • Educational accountability and assessment
                                    • Accommodations and supports
                                      • Graduation requirements
                                        • IDEA
                                        • Employment and postsecondary education
                                          • Accommodations and supports
                                            • Career preparation
                                              • Employment and workforce development
                                                • Preparing for postsecondary education
                                                  • Work-based learning
                                                  • Health and safety
                                                    • Judicial system
                                                    • Specific life stage
                                                      • Adolescents and young adults