UO School of Education

The Secondary Special Education and Transition (SSET) at the University of Oregon School of Education is a multidisciplinary research unit dedicated to developing further scientific understanding of adolescents and young adults with disabilities and other high risk behaviors. Faculty within SSET conduct research, model development, and outreach activities to develop and implement research-based transition service that assist transition-age youth in developing knowledge and skills to succeed in fulfilling their desired adult roles, including meaningful employment, completion of post-secondary education or training programs, and living independently in the community.



W.A.G.E.S. - A Job-Related Social Skills Curriculum for Adolescents

A job-related social skills curriculum for adolescents utilizing a cognitive-behavioral approach. It includes 33 lessons with complementary activities and assessments and is suitable for delivery in a nine-week term.