Is Your Child Graduating? Be ready for the Post-School Outcomes Survey!
    Answer a few short questions on this survey! Your student must be selected, based on target criteria, in order to participate. It occurs one year after they leave high school. 
    Who conducts the survey?
    Gibson Consulting Group is fielding the Indicator 14 Postschool Outcomes Survey on behalf of TEA. You can contact them at:  support@gibsonconsult.com with any questions.
    Youth who meet the target criteria specified by SPPI 14 are being asked to complete a survey telling us about what they are doing now – Are they in school?  Did they join the military? The Peace Corps? Are they working?
    Targeted youth and their parents may receive:
    • An email invitation
    • A text message
    • A postcard in the mail
    • A paper survey in the mail


    Email and text invitations will include a personalized survey link. Postcards will include a PIN number for the student or parent to enter. You may obtain your PIN by calling this number:
     Contact Gibson at 512.685.2697 (English) or 512.685.2694 (Spanish) or click here to contact the Gibson team via email. at support@gibsonconsult.com 
    or to request a call back to complete the quick survey.   Paper surveys will include pre-paid return postage.
    Find out more here:



    Online Resources for Parents:

    Parents and Family Guide to Transition Education Planning

    What parents need to know about transition planning?


    Parent Brief-Promoting effective parent involvement in secondary education and transition



    Person-Centered Planning: A Tool for Transition

    Helpful Links for Parents:


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    2021 Updated Transition and Employment Guide
    The resource below has been created by the Student-Centered Transitions Network (SCTN) to assist students and families with creating a path to a successful life after high school.  This guide has steps students and families can take to make sure students are able to find the right work or educational options after high school. It also tells students where to get the services they will need after high school. Each section has phone numbers, emails, and websites to help find what you need. 

    Pathways Book


    Pathways Book             Pathways SPANISH


    You may also find these in many other languages here:





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    Partners Resource Network 

    PRN is a non-profit agency that operates the federally funded Texas Parent Training and Information Centers: PACT, PATH, PEN & TEAM. 



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    Texas Sibling Network

    The Texas Sibling Network (TSN) creates a community for adult siblings of people with disabilities by adult siblings of people with disabilities. The Network provides support, resources, leadership, and advocacy skill building opportunities for siblings. It is recognized that siblings have very different experiences and visions and the aim is to provide a community to welcome and honor those experiences. 


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    National Association of Parents with Children in Special Education (NAPSCSE)

    (NAPCSE) is a national membership organization dedicated to rendering all possible support and assistance to parents whose children receive special education services, both in and outside of school. NAPCSE was founded for parents with children with special needs to promote a sense of community and provide a national forum for their ideas.

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    PACER Center

    PACER Helps Parents and Professionals

    PACER Helps in Many Ways

    Through more than 30 projects, PACER provides individual assistance, workshops, publications, and other resources to help families make decisions about education and other services for their child or young adult with disabilities.

    PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center® provides resources designed to benefit all students, including those with disabilities.

    PACER is for:

    • Families and their children or young adults with disabilities or special health care needs from birth through adulthood.

    • Educators and other professionals who work with students with or without disabilities.

    • Parents of all children and schools working together to encourage family involvement in education.

    Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center


    The Parent Educational Advocacy Training Center builds positive futures for Virginia’s children by working collaboratively with families, schools and communities in order to improve opportunities for excellence in education and success in school and community life. Our special focus is children with disabilities.


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    Texas Parent To Parent 

    Parent To Parent Website

    Texas Parent to Parent (TxP2P) is committed to improving the lives of Texas children and adults with disabilities, chronic and mental health conditions and other health care needs. TxP2P empowers families to be strong advocates through parent-to-parent support, resource referral, and education. In addition, TxP2P educates professionals about the unique needs of our children with the goal of improving care and opportunities for our children. Lastly, TxP2P is dedicated to championing the efforts of a diverse set of parent support groups and advocacy on behalf of our children’s well-being.

    • Toll Free: 866-896-6001
    • Austin: 512-458-8600
    • Fax: 737-484-9050

     Contact Us

    Email us at: info@txp2p.org


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    Texas Project First

    Texas Project First Website

    Providing Accurate and Consistent Information on the Special Education Process