The student outcome data indicators for academic and vocational outcomes has recently been split into “in facility” and “within 90 days after exit” in the Consolidated State Performance Report (CSPR). Many states face barriers to collecting student outcome data after exit. As the second call of the topical call series Improving Data Quality and Use this interactive session will explore the following ways for collecting data post-release:
- Gathering data from students and/or families after the student exits through emails, postcards, surveys, phone calls etc.
- Collecting data though the organizations, agencies and people the students may have contact with after they are released (i.e. LEAs nearby, parole officers, vocational programs, community providers, community colleges)
- Utilizing a student level database to collect data across N or D facilities
Presenters will include direct supervisors of transition coordinators and staff at the State Education Agency (SEA). In addition to Title I, Part D State Coordinators we invite facility staff and transition coordinators to participate in this call.