Transition Tennessee seeking career, technical education teachers to complete survey by March 1

The staff at Transition Tennessee have created a survey to understand the needs of career and technical education teachers, and they are looking for participants. They hope to hear from as many CTE teachers as possible to learn about CTE teachers’ knowledge, practices and attitudes related to CTE instruction for students with disabilities. What they learn from their survey will help Transition Tennessee create free resources so that all CTE professionals are better equipped to support the needs of all students. 

If you are, or know, a CTE teacher working in Tennessee, please consider participating in or sharing the survey. The survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete; responses are anonymous, and you can take the survey online at a time and a place that is convenient to you. The survey is running through March 1.  

Click here to participate. For more information about this work, email Hilary Travers at 

Transition Tennessee is Tennessee’s online home for training and resources on preparing students with disabilities for life after high school; it is housed under the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center’s University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities Education, Research and Service. Their goal is to improve transition outcomes for youth and young adults with disabilities by sharing research-based practices and policies with parents, educators and the students themselves.