Collecting Data on Post-School Outcomes (SPP Indicator 14)
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that states report the post-school engagement of students with disabilities in post-secondary education and employment. Therefore, the Ohio Department of Education's Office for Exceptional Children is required to report the percentage of children with disabilities who, within one year of leaving high school, are enrolled in higher education, participating in a training program, or competitively employed.
IDEA requires that all school districts collect outcome data for their students with individualized education programs (IEPs). Ohio fulfills this obligation through the Exit Student Data Collection through EMIS, which is designed to collect information on students with disabilities post-school outcomes one year later.
Previous Indicator 14 Data
OLTS State Reports- The Ohio Department of Education state-level reports dating back to Spring 2007
OLTS Regional Reports- The Ohio Department of Education coordinates 16 regional teams that cover Ohio. Please click on the link to view your regional report. For county or school district report requests, please send an email to [email protected]. Please include your school district name, region and DIRN with your request.