In June 2015, the Arizona Department of Education/Exceptional Student Services (ADE/ESS) launched Everyone Counts, Everyone In: Arizona’s Revised Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey Collection. Each public education agency (PEA) that serves transition-aged students with disabilities is required to participate in the PSO Survey every year. Using a secure online data collection system, students who exited high school are contacted and administered an eight-question survey designed to capture student engagement in post-secondary education/training or employment. Data obtained from Everyone Counts, Everyone In facilitates results-driven analysis and improvement to secondary transition programs at the state and local levels. Click on the graphic below for a helpful guide and timeline that outlines the steps districts and charters should take to be prepared to conduct the PSO Survey.
Post School Outcomes (PSO) Trainings
If you would like to schedule a PSO Training for your district or charter, please email the PSO Inbox.
For questions related to PSO Survey participation or scheduled training, please email Jay Johnson.
Resources to Announce the PSO Survey to Students, Families and the Community
♦ Everyone Counts, Everyone In One Page Summary
Conducting the PSO Survey
♦ Recorded Trainings
♦ Arizona’s PSO Glossary of Terms – AZ PSO Glossary Listed Alphabetically
Results from the PSO Survey
Arizona Department of Education, Exceptional Student Services/Special Projects
Jay Johnson, Post School Outcomes Specialist
Eric Ashenfelter, Post School Outcomes Support
For questions email the PSO Inbox or call Jay Johnson at 520 638-4719 or Eric Ashenfelter at 602 542-9412.