Yes, we hope others will share with you, as we are so knee deep in trying to do 
this year's data collection with all our districts using the past protocols we 
will really need help getting up to speed on the changes that are coming.  We 
have learned that there is GREAT value in learning from others who get a faster 
start on thinking through the issues.

Pattie JohnsonTeaching Research InstituteWestern Oregon University345 N. 
Monmouth Ave.Monmouth, Oregon  97361 

Phone:  503 838-8779Fax:     503 838-8150 


[] On Behalf Of Jane FallsSent: 
Wednesday, June 03, 2009 12:22 PMTo: PSO CofPSubject: [NPSO]: Revising PSO 
interview protocols
Hello all,Quick update on the New Indicator 14 FAQ: we have revised it based on 
the presentation in Charlotte, NC and the May 21 webinar and are awaiting OSEP 
vetting. You will, of course, be the first to know when it is finalized. And a 
request: If any of you have taken a stab at revising your interview protocols 
to meet the new requirements, we would love to see what you are thinking. As 
soon as the FAQ is finalized, we will be revising the NPSO Stage 1: Post-School 
Data Collection Protocol and getting OSEP approval on that. 

Our next monthly community of practice event will be a teleconference on June 
18, 2009. We will have a round robin sharing of what states are doing this year 
to collect (or not collect) post-school outcome data. We know the value of 
learning from one another and encourage your participation! 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. 
HI10:00 - 11:00 a.m. AK11:00 - 12:00 p.m. PT12:00 - 1:00 p.m. MT1:00 - 2:00 
p.m. CT2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ETTo join the call: Dial 1-888-387-8686Room Number: 

Jane Falls, CoordinatorNational Post-School Outcomes Center1268 University of 
OregonEugene, OR 
97403-1268541-346-0354jafa...@uoregon.eduhttp://www.psocenter.orgLearn about 
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