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The fep public services, referred to as SVRS, and the State Department of Education, known as SDE, are jointly responsible for preparing students with disabilities for efficient and competitive integrated employment. The objective of this agreement is to facilitate the integration and coordination of transition services from school to post-secondary education and/or employment for persons with disabilities who participate in secondary education and who are or are likely to be eligible for vocational rehabilitation. In particular, the intention of this agreement: Although it is not necessary to get a section on definitions that are relevant to the content of the agreement, with communication, understanding and consistency of implementation. There may be differences of opinion as to which company is responsible for the remuneration of services. In the event of disagreement over financial responsibilities, the XXVR and XXDE agree to facilitate inter-institutional coordination through the development of inter-local agreements between the XX VR and each school district. Both the Disability Training Act (IDEA) and the Rehabilitation Act 1973, as amended by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), require public education agencies (AES) and vocational rehabilitation agencies (RVs) to plan and coordinate transition services. and transition services for students with disabilities prior to employment through a formal inter-institutional agreement (Section 612 A) (12) of IDEA and Section 101(a) (11) (D) of the Rehabilitation Act). Other references in this document include sections 113 and 511 of the Rehabilitation Act and the final provisions of application: State Program for Vocational Rehabilitation Services; The National Employment Services Program; and restrictions on the use of the minimum wage (34 parts CFR 361, 363 and 397). There is nothing in this agreement to interfere with the right of parents and guardians or adult students to challenge the counter-decisions of XX VR or school districts under the Rehabilitation Act or IDEA. If DHS or DOE does not provide or pay for the services for which they are financially or legally responsible, the dispute is referred to the Director of Human Services and Superintendent of the Ministry of Education.

The Director and superintendent or their representatives will meet to resolve the inter-institutional dispute. If department heads fail to resolve the inter-institutional dispute, the matter should be resolved by the governor. The examples cited in this document should not be used as a model, but as examples of states used in the development of their own contractual language. The terms of the SEA agreement between the Department of Human Services, the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Ministry of Education begin on the day of the last signing and will continue until they are replaced by a new agreement denounced by mutual consent or written request of either party. This SEA agreement can only be terminated at the end of each state year. This SEA agreement is subject to the availability of funds. Promote the cooperation and coordination of the school district and the XXVR to create more opportunities and resources for the transition from school to active life. For example, participation in local multi-agency teams, vocational and technical education (CTE) and other opportunities for cooperation to improve the results of the transition before employment.