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PATH: Planning Possible Positive Futures: Planning alternative tomorrows with hope for schools organizations, businesses and families

From the publishers: ‘A guide to exciting, creative, colorful futures planning for families, organizations and schools to build caring “including” places to live, work & learn. Path - is an eight step problem solving approach involving dreaming and thinking backwards. Color graphic included!’

  • Date: 2010
  • Author: Jack Pearpoint, John O'Brien, Marsha Forest
  • Publisher: Inclusion press
  • Format: Book
  • Topic: Inclusion

Transition Planning: A Resource Guide

An outline of ministry guidelines and expectations for successful transition planning, including the role of the school board, principal, the transition planning team, and successful development and implementation.

  • Date: 2002
  • Publisher: Ontario Government, Ministry of Education
  • Format: PDF
  • Audience: Secondary School Teachers, Education StakeholdersEducation Administrators
  • Topic: Transition planning for high school students,including students with special needs,ages 14+
  • Source: http://edu.gov.on.ca/eng/document/policy/os/onschools_2017e.pdf