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Name two specific strategies for easing a transition from middle school to high school, K12 to postsecondary education, or for a special needs adult starting a new job.

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As you brainstorm two specific strategies for easing a transition from middle school to high school, I worked with this age group for 13 years, so I am offering examples from what my schools did to facilitate.

First, we held Saturday homework recovery sessions (once or twice a month) for our struggling or at risk 8th graders; we provided small group tutorials with teachers from core content ...

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