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Transition to Secondary School A Guide for Parents
A guide for parents on the transition process to secondary school.
This is a publication produced by the Down Syndrome Society of South Australia Inc in 1998. Topics covered in this publication include the transition process, placement considerations, preparation of the student, troubleshooting, question and answer recording sheet, transition timetable, key personnel contact sheet and secondary school jargon list.
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