Post-School Outcomes: Response Rates and Nonresponse Bias
Prepared by Roberta Garrison-Mogren at Westat in collaboration with NPSO introduces the concepts of response rates and nonresponse bias relative to Indicator 14. OSEP approved January 2007.
The Why and How of Creating Data Displays
This presentation was developed by Westat in collaboration with the National Post-School Outcomes Center. This presentation discusses why data displays are useful in responding to Indicator 14 of the SPP/APR, provides examples of making effective and useful data displays and offers a tool for data managers to use with transition specialists. OSEP approved September 2009.
Making Connections Across Indicators to Improve Post-School Outcomes: Early State Efforts
This interactive guide provides descriptive accounts of how six states have begun to display, analyze, and apply data across Indicators 1, 2, 13, and 14.
Resources for Implementing Evidence-Based Interventions across Transition-Related Indicators
These resources are available through the National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities, the National High School Center, the National Secondary Transition Technical Assistance Center, and the National Post-School Outcomes Center. This link is provided to streamline access to information and tools for implementing effective practices to decrease dropout, improve secondary transition services, and improve outcomes for students. Viewing these resources as a set may allow users to choose interventions which align with their priorities for improvement.
Trees of Influences
Developed by the Western Regional Resource Center, the Trees of Influences are flow charts for Part C and Part B illustrating relationships of influence among all indicators. OSEP approved July 2007.