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Coordinated Set of Activities for Transition

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Project Discovery is a research-based curriculum with instructional binders that detail a clear scope and sequence of lessons aligned to state and common core standards. Hands-on activities and tools provide practice for students to master job and life skills.  Assessments and work performance benchmarks measure and track data to manage transition and IDEA compliance. Project Discovery provides a coordinated set of activities to support compliant transition plans.

Meet Transition Compliance and Special Education Goals with Project Discovery Curriculum

  • Correlates to national common core and state standards with clear scope and sequence lessons.

  • Addresses IDEA Indicators 13 and 14 for students with special needs.

  • Supports transition requirements with assessment data and work performance benchmarks.

  • Serves students who are moderate, severe and profoundly challenged with many choices of adapted curricula and alternative assessments.

What  Education Institutions Approve and Validate Project Discovery?

  • U.S. Department of Education Approved and Validated

  • U.S. Department of Education and Labor as a Technical Assistance Provider

  • Validated as a National Dropout Prevention Center Network Model Program

  • Choice Award Contractor for Houston, Texas Schools

  • Model Program by American School Counselor Association

  • Endorsed by National Consortium for State Guidance Leadership

  • Endorsed by U.S. Island Education Ministry Leadership

  • Collaborative partner industry-based standards with NOCTI

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Know the Latest Dropout Statistics 

  • In the U.S. every 26 seconds a student drops out of school

  • Equates to 7,000 students a day and 1 million students a year

  • Dropouts are not qualified or eligible for 90% of all jobs

  • Dropouts cost $8 billion per year to the U.S. economy in public assistance programs

  • Dropouts represent 67% of state prison populations and 69% of inmates in jails

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