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The New York State Longitudinal Post School Indicators Study:  The New York State Longitudinal Post School Indicators Study Panel IV - Using Data to Inform Policy and Practices in Transition New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Informing Transition Policy and Practice:  Informing Transition Policy and Practice If students are successful, we want to know how school helped. If not, we want to know what we can do to better prepare them. We want to know what supports success in the years that follow high school. Do Students with Disabilities have similar outcomes as their General Education Peers? What changes are needed to better support students, families, schools and agencies? New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Slide3:  Transition Coordination TA Sites Getting the Word Out (Web Page, Brochures) Transition Quality Indicator Checklist Key Performance Indicators Special Education Quality Assurance Vocational Rehabilitation Quality Assurance Career Link Projects Longitudinal Post-School Indicators Research Findings are Widely Reported:  Findings are Widely Reported Publications: VESID Data Pocketbook Board of Regents and SED Senior Leadership National, State, and Regional Conferences Statewide Technical Assistance Networks Families and Stakeholder Groups Participating Schools New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Benefits of Participation to Districts:  Benefits of Participation to Districts Provides critical information on their students Affirms commitment to student success Reveals areas to celebrate and rejuvenate Helps staff refocus on student success Connects schools to a valuable technical assistance network New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Slide6:  Availability and Helpfulness of Transition Planning NYSED PSI Data, 10/98 New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 NYSED Response to the PSI Data:Next Steps - 96 & 97:  NYSED Response to the PSI Data: Next Steps - 96 andamp; 97 Key Performance Indicators (KPI) set shared responsibility for special education and vocational rehabilitation for students with disabilities School - Vocational Rehabilitation Career Link projects Enhance Quality Assurance re: transition Continued Technical Assistance Network and targeted technical assistance individually to districts Longitudinal Post School Indicators Study New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 New York State’s Key Performance Indicators: KPI:  New York State’s Key Performance Indicators: KPI All schools will be able to report the exit plans of all special education completers. Students with disabilities will transition to postsecondary education and employment at the same rate as their nondisabled peers. New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Post-School Plans of NYS Special Education Completers as Reported by Their Schools:  Post-School Plans of NYS Special Education Completers as Reported by Their Schools NYSED VESID PD-5 Data, 2000-2001, May 2002 New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Slide10:  Percent of Post-School Plans Known to School Districts for Students Completing Secondary Education in June 2000 69 Districts - 34-66% Plans Known 493 Districts - 67-100% Plans Known 73 Districts - 0 - 33% Plans Known 14 Districts did not have any students with disabilities completing in 1999-2000. 289 districts knew the post-secondary plans of 100% of their exiting students with disabilities. New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Slide11:  32 Districts - 0-33% Plans Known 26 Districts - 34-66% Plans Known 521 Districts - 67-100% Plans Known * 61 Districts had no Students with Disabilities exiting (other than drop-outs) in 2000-01 - this includes 43 non K-12 districts whose high school students are the responsibility of a neighboring district CAP, 3/6/03 Percent of Post-School Plans Known to School Districts for Students Completing Secondary Education in June 2001 382 districts knew the post-secondary plans of 100% of their exiting students with disabilities. New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Exemplary Changes in Transition System:  Exemplary Changes in Transition System Rate of Student Participation in Career Preparation in HS increased from 37% to 80%. Rate of 2 and 4 year college transitions increased from 17% to 38%. Career Link Projects increased referrals to vocational rehabilitation and outcomes. New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 Trends in Youth with Disabilities Served and Placed in Employment by VESID:  Trends in Youth with Disabilities Served and Placed in Employment by VESID NYS Education Department Data, 4/30/02 10,604 new cases of youth in the past 12 months. New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, May 2002 NYSED Responses to the PSI Data:Next Next Steps - 01:  NYSED Responses to the PSI Data: Next Next Steps - 01 Establishment of Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor positions dedicated to serving in-school youth in transition. Focused Quality Assurance Review. Changed State Requirements regarding content of IEP containing Transition Needs Assessments. Creating Career and Technical Education enhancement to Individualized Education Program Diploma. New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003 For More Information:  For More Information Bob Shepherd Statewide Coordinator St. Lawrence Lewis BOCES Phone:315-267-2718 Email: nyspsi@potsdam.edu J. Pat Turbett Principal Investigator SUNY at Potsdam Phone:315-267-2567 Email: turbetjp@potsdam.edu Doris Jamison Manager, Special Education Policy Implementation NYSED VESID Phone:: 518-474-7566 Email: djamison@mail.nysed.gov New York State Education Department, Office of Vocational and Educational Services for Individuals with Disabilities, April 2003

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