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The South Dakota Department of Education is committed to identifying and responding to the needs of students with disabilities. To that end, it is necessary to document the post high school outcomes of students with disabilities, and to use that information to make programming and planning decisions to improve education and transition services for students, and ultimately improve post high school outcomes.
The South Dakota Post High School Outcomes Survey (SDPHSOS) is a web-based survey process that provides a framework for local districts to collect and analyze the outcomes of exiters, and to identify areas of strength and weakness in preparing students for adult life.
The Post High School Outcomes website:
- Assesses former students' current participation in independent living, post secondary education and employment, as well as high school employment and IEP planning
- Includes a 7 - 10 minute telephone interview with former students; includes four open-ended questions
- Allows for immediate data entry and retrieval for LEAs
- Disaggregates all questions by gender, ethnicity, disability, and exit reason within district and across survey years
- Provides complete survey data with multiple data-sort features, an auto-fill Summary Report, and an optional, in-depth report template
- Can be used by any LEA, any year and over multiple years (six years of data will be maintained on the website)
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