NPSO Center is pleased to announce the following OSEP approved document
prepared in partnership with the National Dropout Prevention Center for
Students with Disabilities (NDPC-SD).
You may also be interested in reading the notes from the Community of
Practice Teleconference call in November 2006. Dr. Loujeania Williams Bost,
Director of the NDPC-SD  shared ideas on how to increase the response rate
by locating drop-outs and other hard-to-find youth.

Links to the document and to the notes are below.

Documents and Presentations <http://www.psocenter.org/collecting.html#docs>
Collecting Post-School Outcome Data:  Strategies for Increasing Response
Rates (.pdf) prepared by Sandra Covington Smith and Loujeania Williams Bost
at the National Dropout Prevention Center for Students with Disabilities
(NDPC-SD). This brief contains an overview of the requirement to collect
post-school outcome data and challenges experienced by states in collecting
these data.  Recommendations and strategies that states can use to secure
sufficient response rates, especially from youth who drop out of school, are
provided. OSEP approved June 2007.

Teleconference Notes <http://www.psocenter.org/cofp.html#tele>
November 28, 2006
Topic: ┬│Collecting Post-School Outcome Data: Increasing Response Rates and
Locating Hard-to-Find Youth┬▓
Presenter: Loujeania Williams Bost, Director, National Dropout Prevention
Center for Students with Disabilities.




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