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  March 25, 2010

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From the West Virginia Department of Education
Four-Year Education and Transition Plan

      All students must have an Individual Student Transition Plan (ISTP), but the Four-Year Education/Transition Plan replaces the ISTP for students who were eligible for gifted education services but not eligible as Exceptional Gifted (EG).

      The Four-Year Education/Transition Plan includes all courses and designates the honors, Advanced Placement (AP) and/or International Baccalaureate (IB) courses that the Team deems appropriate and must be provided for the student in grades nine through twelve. In addition, since the Four-Year Education/Transition Plan replaces the ISTP, it must include transition to post-school planning.

     The Four-Year Education and Transition Plan must be reviewed annually and changed only if agreed to by the student, parent and school representative. The district is required to implement the Four-Year Education/Transition Plan.

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Additional Resources

National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC)

National Research Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development


      
West Virginia Department of Education
Office of Special Programs, Extended and Early Learning
Building 6, Room 304
1900 Kanawha Blvd. E.
Charleston, WV 25305
Gifted education teachers in West Virginia receive this newsletter bi-weekly from the West Virginia Department of Education. To change your e-mail address or update your information, please email Vickie Mohnacky at vmohnack@access.k12.wv.us or call (304) 558-2696.