As part of the Office of Special Education Programs’ (OSEP) results-based accountability process, OSEP requires states to gather information from students one year post high school exit as part of our State Performance Plan Indicator 14. In Colorado, districts are responsible for contacting students to collect data on special education students who have graduated, dropped out, or aged out and report that information to the Colorado Department of Education. This survey is intended for students who have left high school or a transition program, not those currently enrolled in a secondary education program.
These calls will begin around June 1st to families of students that graduated one year ago. Please respond to the call so that we can gather the appropriate data in order to support our special education programs.
Thank you all!
(Edited by Lorie Coonts - original submission Monday, May 11, 2020, 9:44 AM)