New York State plans to interview from April 1 through June 30.  No only
does this help with the issues you describe, but it allows additional time
to compile and report the survey data.

Robert Shepherd

PIAR at SUNY Potsdam

New York

 

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Hello, all. 

 

We are to collect post school outcome data on students who exited school in
the spring of '06 beginning in April '07 and continuing through September,
'07. 

 

How are states addressing the fact that outcomes for students interviewed at
the beginning of that 6 month period may look very different from outcomes
of students interviewed near the end of the 6 month window? For example, a
potential respondent might well be enrolled in college in September, but not
in April, or may have been enrolled in April but have dropped out by
mid-Summer.

 

Are any states voluntarily tightening the interview window?

 

Thanks in advance!

 

Beth M. Harrison, MRC

Human Development Institute, University of Kentucky

Coldstream Research Campus

1517 Bull Lea Road, #110

Lexington, Ky. 40511

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