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The National Standards and Quality Indicators: Transition Toolkit for Systems Improvement (herein referred to as the Transition Toolkit) combines the findings of current research on effective schooling, career preparatory experiences, youth development and youth leadership, family involvement, and connecting activities with the expertise of numerous individuals who work in these fields.

The Transition Toolkit can be used to promote planning and continuous improvement for secondary education and transition. State and local communities are encouraged to use these tools to:

The Transition Toolkit is an evolving document, requiring continual refinement as we learn more about what all youth need to achieve positive school and postschool results.


Permission is granted to duplicate this publication in its entirety or portions thereof. This publication is available in print for a fee or online (see below). Upon request, this publication will be made available in alternative formats. For print copies of this publication, or to request an alternate format, please contact:

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You will be downloading the entire contents of the Transition Toolkit (all of the contents listed above).

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You will be downloading only the Standards and Indicators and Supporting Evidence and Research components of the Transition Toolkit (the information you can browse to on this Web site). You will not be downloading the tools for use in strategic planning.

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You will be downloading only the introductory component of the Transition Toolkit. You will not be downloading the tools for use in strategic planning.

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