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James Martin, Ph.D.
Maeghan Hennessey, Ph.D.
Amber McConnell, Ph.D.
Robert Terry, Ph.D.
Donna Willis, B.A.
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The TAGG is a new on-line transition assessment for secondary-aged youth with disabilities, their families, and professionals. TAGG items derive from research identified student behaviors associated with post high school employment and education. The TAGG provides a norm-based graphic profile, present level of performance statement, lists of strengths and needs, and suggested IEP annual transition goals. Numerous studies demonstrated that the TAGG produces valid and reliable results. A grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education's National Center for Special Education Research supported TAGG development.
NOTE: College and university professors or graduate students who want to use the TAGG in classes or as a part of a research project can obtain no-cost access to the TAGG. Simply send an email to TAGG@ou.edu with the number of TAGG sets needed, a brief description of the class or the research study, and describe your role at the college or university. In return, we simply ask that feedback regarding TAGG use or a summary of data results be sent to us to assist with future TAGG revisions.