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Oregon Post School Data Collection

Jackie Burr, Oregon Department of Education (ODE)

Pattie Johnson, Teaching Research Institute (TRI)

The Assignment

Indicator 14: Percent of youth who had IEPs, are no longer in secondary school and who have been competitively employed, enrolled in some type of postsecondary school, or both, within one year of leaving high school.

(20 U.S.C. 1416(a)(3)(B))


  • Teaching Research Institute (TRI) received a GSEG grant

  • ODE wanted an online data system

    • District driven

    • Easy to use

    • Fosters program development/improvement

    • Provide all – entry through reports

Individual student connection between exit and follow-up process?

Individual student id number and access to other data collections?

Does state tie post school outcomes into monitoring?

Where is state in the process of uniting reporting and accountability between Indicators 1, 2, 13, and 14?

Issues to Consider

Oregon combines census and stratified sampling

  • State submits summary data each year that represents the ethnic, gender, disability and exiting method of all exited students in the state.

  • To gather these results, some groups of students – like drop-outs will be ‘over sampled’ to insure adequate numbers.

  • Districts with less than 15 exited students interview all

  • Districts with more than 15 exited students interview 15 per school or transition program

Application Menu

Post School Outcomes

Follow-up contact list

  • List of required or alternate

  • names to contact

  • Call log with contact information

Follow Up Online Interview

  • Online data entry with build in

  • skip patterns

Data Collection Process

General Process:

  • If online data entry not possible, use downloadable copy of paper survey

  • District determines method of assigning calls

  • Students selected were reported on Spring 07 Exit collection, but not Dec 07 SECC

  • Grants provide $15 per completed ‘required’ or ‘alternate’ interview

Improvement Planning

  • Districts see progress toward completion goals by sub-group

  • After verification process complete, district and school reports provided on same site showing employment, education, and other interview information for students with and without exit interview information

  • Results tied to related monitoring data in “Leaver” report:

    • Graduation

    • Drop out

    • Method of exit

    • Secondary transition standards on IEP’s,

    • Trend data

    • Like-sized district data

    • State performance

Jackie Burr

Transition Specialist


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Pattie Johnson

TRI Western Oregon University

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