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Transition goals must be measurable. Measurable goals are often called SMART goals.
SMART goals are:
Specific means that the goal names the skill or subject matter and the expected result.
Measurable means that the goal is stated in a way that can be measured. This can include test results or other types of measurements (data through observations, etc.).
Attainable means that it is reasonable to expect your child to achieve the goal in the IEP period, usually a year–but this can vary. Transition goals may have a longer timeframe.
Results-Oriented goals clearly state what your child will accomplish.
Time-Limited means the goal provides a timeframe in which your child will obtain the goal e.g., (within 6 months, a year) and how often progress will be measured.