Transition from secondary school to adult life is a critical period in students’ lives. Transition programs delivered at school play an important role in supporting students with disabilities to achieve successful post-school outcomes particularly in the case of transition to work whereby employment is acknowledged as the main target after graduating from secondary school. Post-school outcomes for students with disabilities related to employment, however, remain poor compared to students without disabilities. Using the taxonomy for transition programming and Bronfenbrenner’s ecological system theory, this chapter proposes a model and action that needs to be taken in advancing school to work transition programming in Indonesia.
- School to work transition
- post-school outcomes
- students with disabilities
- taxonomy for transition programming