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Making the Move from Elementary to Middle or Junior High School: Transition Tips for Parents of Students with Disabilities

While attending elementary school, your son or daughter may have learned many of the skills he or she will need in middle school. For example, your child may already know how to make new friends, change classrooms multiple times a day, navigate crowded hallways, and work with different teachers for different subjects. You may be concerned about your child's move from elementary to middle school, but you can help to lay the groundwork for your child's success by following these tips from the Pacer's National Parent Center on Transition and Employment.   

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