Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey


Everyone Counts, Everyone In – Participating in the 2015 PSO Survey

New Requirement – 2015 PSO Data Collection

All Arizona students who had an IEP in effect at the time of exiting high school as a graduate, drop-out or by aging out will be contacted to take the Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey one year after leaving school. Conducting the PSO Survey is the responsibility of the school or district from which the student exited.

Graduating from high school and pursuing a productive adulthood is one of the more significant transitions faced by adolescents. Indicator 14, also known as the post school outcomes data collection, provides an opportunity for States and public education agencies (PEAs) to determine if youth with disabilities are positively engaged (i.e., enrolled in postsecondary education/training or employed) once they leave high school.

Bookmark in Spanish

Resources to Announce the PSO Survey to students, families and the community

Everyone Counts, Everyone In One Page Summary English and Spanish
PSO Sample Contact Form Directions
PSO Sample Letter – Word Document in English or Spanish
PSO Sample Contact Form – Word Document
PSO Sample Contact Form – Word Document with Fillable Fields

You Tell Us Spanish You tell us 2 Spanish

Resources to Conduct the PSO Survey

Arizona’s PSO Survey Questions/Protocol – PSO Protocol Apr 2014

Arizona’s PSO Glossary of Terms – AZ PSO Glossary Listed Alphabetically

Contacting Hard to Find Youth -  NPSO Tips http://tinyurl.com/otfx4yt

 

Results from the PSO Survey

Results of the 2014 PSO Data Collection - Now Available!

Arizona’s Post School Outcomes (PSO) Statewide Results of the PSO Survey for Students who Exited in the 2011-2012 School Year

Screen Shots accessing PSO data reports 

 

 

 

 

 


Contact Us

Lorrie Sheehy
(PSO Initiatives Specialist)
Tel: (520) 628-6351
Fax: (520) 628-6324
E-mail: PSOInbox@azed.gov
Sophia Estrella
(Administrative Assistant)
Tel: (602) 542-9412
Fax: (602) 542-5404
E-mail: Sophia.Estrella@azed.gov

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