Transition and Employment Services Designees (TEDs) Meeting
The Transition and Employment Services Designee, or TED, is an employee in a district or charter school who is designated as the primary contact for transition and employment services for students with disabilities in special education programs. These meetings are to provide information and resources about effective transition planning and employment services to school staff, students, parents, and agency providers, and to ensure that the employee serving in this role has the appropriate knowledge and skills necessary for providing information about effective transition services. It is important to have someone available to answer questions about transition for students served by special education. A TED is required to collaborate with students and their parents, and the TED must also help identify contacts at community agencies such as The Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC), Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), Department of
State Health Services (DSHS), and the Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS). The TED must ensure communication between local school staff and regional or local staff at these agencies.
Region One TEDs
Transition and Assessment
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please adhere to the following guidelines when canceling your registration to an event:
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professional development activities) under the following conditions:
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