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Five Tips for Increasing Your Indicator 14 Response Rates

by Center on Transition Innovations

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 Indicator 14 data is collected annually each year as part of the state’s requirements as dictated through the U.S. Department of Education to measure post-school outcomes for students with disabilities. The data collected provides information regarding students’ enrollment in higher education, competitive employment, other post-secondary education or training, and other employment. This valuable data can help individual schools, school divisions, and states evaluate the impact school experiences have on post-school outcomes and help them to make important decisions regarding programming and services.


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