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Call for Proposals for DCDT Convention 2023

DCDT Spring Newsletter

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Video Research Snapshots

DCDT’s Research Committee is dedicated to bridging the gap between research and practice. The video research snapshots highlight current secondary transition research, which can directly impact the positive postsecondary outcomes of their students with disabilities. Every quarter, we will spotlight one article from DCDT’s peer-review journal Career Development and Transition for Exceptional Individuals.

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Call for Papers for Special Series on Transportation

Abstracts DUE January 10, 2023

CDTEI currently seeks abstracts for a special issue focused on transportation for transition age youth with disabilities. Transportation and travel skills are essential to enhance community engagement and participation. The purpose of this special issue is to draw attention to issues related to transportation as an important component of the transition to adulthood. Safe and reliable transportation is necessary for transition-age youth to participate in employment, education/training, socialization, leisure, and healthcare activities. Access to different modes of transportation can vary considerably in rural versus urban areas. We welcome submissions from diverse communities and perspectives that can highlight transportation-related experiences of transition-age youth and their families. In addition, we encourage diverse methodologies, conceptual frameworks, and disciplines.


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Learn More About Transition in Practice

Join the DCDT Publication Committee December 14 @ 1pm CST to learn about the  new transition journal Transition in Practice.

DCDT Transition Specialist Certificate

DCDT maintains high standards for certifying professionals working in the transition field based on the DCDT/CEC Transition Standards. Individuals who have successfully completed an accredited DCDT transition preparation program are eligible to apply for this certification.

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