Wichita Transition Learning Center is a program serving youth in crisis. These students come from distressing circumstances such as foster care, mental health or juvenile residential facilities, or from placements after experiencing human trafficking. Transitions serves a diverse population and requires implementation of Individual Learning Plans (ILP) in order to meet their needs. Many of these highly mobile youth are behind on credits; some are as much as two-years behind due to various life disruptions, including homelessness. Because of high need, Transitions utilizes wrap-around services to meet needs beyond academics.