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What is the Collaborative Plan?

The purpose of the Collaborative Plan is to improve educational outcomes so that each student, upon graduation, is prepared to enter the adult workforce or continue his/her education and be a productive member of the community. 

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  • Who is involved?

    The agencies and organizations who are involved are:

    • Commission of Deaf, DeafBlind and Hard of Hearing Minnesotans (MNCDHH)
    • DeafBlind Technical Assistance Project 
    • Lifetrack Resources: Deaf Family Mentor Program 
    • Lifetrack Resources: Deaf & Hard of Hearing Role Model Program 
    • Lifetrack Resources: MN Hands & Voices
    • Metro Deaf School
    • Minnesota Association of Deaf Citizens (MADC)
    • Minnesota Deaf Muslim Community (MDMC)
    • Minnesota Department of Education, Early Hearing Detection & Intervention (EHDI)
    • Minnesota Department of Education, Part C
    • Minnesota Department of Education, Minnesota Resource Center, Deaf and Hard of Hearing
    • Minnesota Department of Education, Minnesota Statewide Regional Low-Incidence Facilitators
    • Minnesota Department of Education, metro and rural deaf education teachers 
    • Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, Department of Rehabilitation Services
    • Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development, State Services for the Blind
    • Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI)
    • Minnesota Department of Human Services, Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Division
    • Minnesota State Academies
    • Northern Voices
    • PACER Center
    • University of Minnesota: Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education Program
    • VECTOR Transition Program 

    A list of the official individual representatives from each agency is also available.

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  • Collaborating work groups

    These work groups are divided by student age groups. The groups are:

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