The National Early Childhood Transition Center's mission is to examine factors that promote successful transitions between infant/toddler programs, preschool programs, and public school programs for young children with disabilities and their families.
The primary objective of NECTC is to investigate and validate practices and strategies that enhance the early childhood transition process and support positive school outcomes for children with disabilities. This objective will be met through four inter-related research activities.
Visit our new Transition TiPS, a web-based toolkit to assist in identification of specific practices and strategies.
Visit our Publications Tab for the latest NECTC Reports: A Critical Incident Study of the Transition Experience for Young Children with Disabilities: Recounts by Parents and Professionals, Technical Report 6.
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