Improving Outcomes Through Planning and Implementation
The Transition Improvement Grant (TIG) is a discretionary grant of the Department of Public Instruction. TIG is designed to strengthen and accelerate the transition process in Wisconsin schools to improve the quality of postsecondary transition plans, increase high school graduation rates, encourage outside agency connections, and develop strong career and college readiness among students with disabilities. The Graduation Rate Improvement Plan (GRIP) is a component of the TIG which assists in these goals.
Our Mission is to improve the post school outcomes of Wisconsin youth with disabilities through individual and team planning and implementing effective transition practices.
Our Goals are:
- To assist the Wisconsin Department of Instruction in meeting the statewide Annual Indictor 14 Goals and Five-Year Targets described in the State Performance Plan.
- To provide high quality, cost-effective tools to districts so they can continually learn about and implement transition practices that lead to better outcomes for local exiters with disabilities and increase the post school outcomes as reported on their Local Performance Plan.