Post School Outcomes
Each public education agency (PEA) that serves transition-aged students with disabilities is required to participate in the Post School Outcomes (PSO) Survey every year. Students who exited high school are contacted and administered a 14-question survey designed to capture student engagement in post-secondary education/training or employment. Data obtained from the PSO Survey facilitates results-driven analysis and improvement to secondary transition programs at the state and local levels.
*The 2019 PSO Survey for students who graduated, aged-out, or dropped out during the 2017-2018 school year is NOW OPEN on the PSO application in ADE Connect. The 2019 PSO data collection season will close at 11:59 p.m. on Monday, September 30, 2019.*
Should you be interested in requesting training on PSO, please submit your request through the Secondary Transition Training Request Form.
- Arizona’s Current PSO Survey Questions Hard Copy – Fillable PDF
- Division of Developmental Disabilities (DDD) -List of DDD providers contracted to provide Center Based Employment (CBE)
- Definitions of PSO Engagement Categories
- NTACT Technical Assistance – PSO: What’s New
- PSO One Page Summary
- PSO Revised Data Collection Protocol
- PSO Sample Contact Form – Fillable PDF
- PSO Sample Letter – Word Document in English or Spanish
Conducting the Survey
Arizona 2019 PSO Survey Essentials
Results from the Survey
Arizona’s 2018 Post School Outcomes Survey Results
If you have any questions, please feel free to email the PSO Inbox.
Results for your district are available in the PSO Application under the “Reports” tab.
Previous PSO Surveys
- Arizona’s Post School Outcomes (PSO) 2017 Survey Results PDF
- Arizona’s Post School Outcomes (PSO) 2016 Survey Results PDF
- Recording: Results of Summer of 2015 PSO Survey – Students who exited during the 2013-2014 School Year
- Power Point: Results of Summer of 2015 PSO Survey – Students who exited during the 2013-2014 School Year
Frequently Asked Questions
- What students need to be surveyed?
- The PSO survey is to be conducted on any student, aged 16 and above, who exited school with an IEP in effect and are no longer in secondary school.
- This includes graduate, dropout, and age-out students
- The PSO survey is to be conducted on any student, aged 16 and above, who exited school with an IEP in effect and are no longer in secondary school.
- Do I have students to be surveyed this year?
- Our PSO Application pulls student information directly from SAIS and will list for you any students eligible for the current PSO Survey.
PSO Engagement Resources
Use your PSO data to effect change. Your PSO results can identify target groups within your district that can use an extra helping hand. Here are some resources to aid in your efforts.
- AAPPD (Arizona Association of Providers for People with Disabilities)
- Arizona Centers for Comprehensive Education and Life Skills (Mission is to provide exceptional educational, behavioral, therapeutic and vocational programs to individuals with special needs, to give them the necessary skills to learn to work and live successfully with dignity and independence.)
- Future Planning Guide (Future Planning is creating a guide for a person with an intellectual or developmental disability (I/DD) to lead a good life as independently as possible.)
- LEAD Center
- Guided Group Discovery Participant Workbook (This user-friendly tool allows youth and adults to create a personalized Blueprint for Employment. Each participant receives a private link that allows them to add to, edit, or review their information at any time. The Workbook can also be printed out to review with counselors, teachers and others.)
- Facilitator Manual (Manual to accompany the Online Workbook for resources for Guided Group Discovery.)
- Guided Group Discovery (A Journey in Self-Exploration for Job Seekers Ready to Take Control of Their Employment Search)
- Self-Guided Discovery Facilitator’s Guide: Helping People Discover Their Own Path to Employment (The Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) at the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and the LEAD Center are pleased to release this Facilitator’s Guide to Self-Guided Discovery)
- Project 10 (Transition Education Network website! It is constantly being updated, so check back often for new material.)
- Virginia Commonwealth University Center on Transition Innovations (It is the vision of the Virginia Department of Education to create a centralized statewide portal for information, resources, demonstration, and research for educators and other stakeholders in the transition of youth with disabilities.)
- Workforce Innovation Technical Assistance Center
College and Post-Secondary (after High School) Education
- Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education (Expanding access and increasing success in postsecondary education for Arizonans)
- AZTransfer Earning credit in high school gives you a transfer advantage – aztransfer shows you how.
- California State University Northridge
- Chicanos Por La Causa (CPLC is a community development corporation, committed to building stronger, healthier communities as a lead advocate, coalition builder, and direct service provider.)
- College & Career Goal Arizona (C2GA is a statewide initiative, that you can be a part of, consisting of three programs the Arizona College Application Campaign, College Goal FAF$A and FAFSA Finish Line.)
- College Scorecard from U.S. Department of Education
- Digitability (Digitability teaches work-ready skills to transition to independence. We provide schools with differentiated lesson plans, an online platform, data reports, and teacher training.
- Earn to Learn Invest in College Success
- Federal Student Aid (An Office of the U.S. Department of Education)
- Gallaudet University
- Graduate 2.0 A College Planning Guide to Success (White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics)
- Helios Education Foundation (Helios is dedicated to creating opportunities for individuals in Arizona and Florida to succeed in postsecondary education. Created through the sale of Southwest Student Services Corporation, a student loan services company, our roots are in education and in helping individuals gain access to postsecondary programs.)
- Homeroom (Which College is Right for You? 3 Questions to Ask Yourself)
- Making My Way through College (This is a guide for any student pursuing a degree or other type of credential (e.g., certification, license) at a two-year or four-year community college, college, or university.)
- Mapping Your Future (Helping Students Achieve Success for College and Beyond)
- NAMI Releases Video Series On College and Mental Health (NAMI has released a new video series aimed at helping college bound students and their families talk about mental health.)
- National Center for Education Statistics – College Map
- Prescott College’s Disability Services & Accommodations
- Raise Me (Introducing Micro Scholarships. Get scholarships from colleges for your achievements in high school.)
- Regional College Access Center helps students prepare for, apply to, and succeed in college. We serve students, families and educators in Tucson and Pima County.
- Rochester Institute of Technology (Deaf and hard-of-hearing students at RIT/NTID receive a world-class private university education at a public college price)
- Scholarships & Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities (Paying for School, Special Tuition Programs & Expert Advice)
- Student Resource Guide (Thinking about college can be overwhelming. There are so many decisions and so many options. It can feel like the biggest decision of your life. But it’s really just a lot of little choices. This student guide pulls together some information that we hope will help. Remember, you have to do what’s right for you. Trust yourself!!)
- Think College (College Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities)
- Transition to College: What changes after High School?
- Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (Students who are residents of WICHE states are eligible to request a reduced tuition rate of 150% of resident tuition at participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their home state.)
- What’s Up Next? (Is a free texting tool that offers personalized support on all things college access: college search and application, federal student aid, even student loan repayment information, all through texting.)
- [email protected] ([email protected] Workforce Specialists can help you find a job. Visit Arizonaatwork.com to access career training opportunities and locate a workforce center near you.)
- Arizona Center for Youth Resources (ACYR helps build pathways to success through education, skill building and employment.)
- Arizona Department of Economic Security Apprenticeship Office (Our apprenticeship program allows you to make money while you learn the skills that you need to further succeed)
- AZ Job Connection (AZ Job Connection provides job seekers, employers, and training providers with easy-to-use tools that support a wide range of activities.)
- Bureau of Labor Statistics
- Career One Stop (Your source for career exploration, training & jobs)
- Data USA (In 2014, Deloitte, Datawheel, and Cesar Hidalgo, Professor at the MIT Media Lab and Director of Collective Learning, came together to embark on an ambitious journey — to understand and visualize the critical issues facing the United States in areas like jobs, skills and education across industry and geography. And, to use this knowledge to inform decision making among executives, policymakers and citizens.)
- Disability and Employment Community of Practice (The Disability and Employment Community of Practice is an online learning destination for public workforce system staff and partners, jobseekers, community-based organizations, grantees, and the business sector, who provide services and programs to people with disabilities and/or other challenges to employment.)
- Disability Benefits 101 (Working with a Disability in Arizona)
- Dynamic Educational Systems, Inc., (DESI is dedicated to helping qualified youth and adults receive the education, training, and job placement assistance they need to support themselves, their families, and their communities.)
- Employability Skills Survey (This survey lists the skills and talents that employers value. You will build these skills in school. Read the list and assess where you are now. Mark each box that best describes your level of skill. Note your best skills and those skills you need to improve at the bottom of the survey. Also note how you might build those skills that you need to improve.)
- Explore Work (If you are a teen who has a disability, you have choices and things to do to prepare for life after high school and becoming an adult. Just like every teen, this is a time of transition. You are preparing to be an adult, get a job, and become more independent)
- Free Job Readiness Curriculum (ReadyJob.org, curriculum, resources and activities are designed for educators to help teens prepare for their first job.)
- Getting Hired (Empowering Individuals & Veterans with Disabilities)
- Glassdoor (Find the job that fits your life)
- Goodwill Southern Arizona Youth Employment Program
- How to Succeed at: Interviews (This free three week course provides the tools you need to succeed at interviews and land your dream job or course place.)
- JAN (Job Accommodation Network) The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues.
- Job Corps Materials Marketplace
- Job Search Hints 2011 (Job Search Hints compiled from California Career Planning Guide; Monster.com Job Hunting Tips; Human Resources, The Knot; and EDD LMI Analyst)
- My Future (Figure out what’s next)
- NACA Workforce Innovation Opportunity Act (WIOA) (Program is designed to enrich the lives of Native Americans by helping them achieve economic self-sufficiency through work experience internships and classroom training with a goal to enter employment upon program completion. Eligible participants who are economically disadvantaged, unemployed or underemployed are able to access work experience (WEX), job counseling, referrals and placement, classroom training (CRT), career counseling, academic counseling financial aid and educational assistance.)
- National Career Fairs Job Board (National Career Fairs has held over 10,000 career fairs nationwide and have had more than 1 million job seekers attend career fairs over the last 16 years. You can also search for local jobs for free.)
- O*NET OnLine (O*NET OnLine has detailed descriptions of the world of work for use by job seekers, workforce development and HR professionals, students, researchers, and more!)
- Skills Search (Select skills from one or more of the six skill groups below. Start by selecting as many skills as you have or plan to acquire.)
- Planning Your Employment Goals with the Ticket to Work Program (Social Security’s Ticket to Work (Ticket) program supports career development for people ages 18 through 64 who receive Social Security disability benefits (SSI or SSDI) and want to work.)
- Path to Work-Whether you are just considering working, ready to find a service provider to help you, are looking for a job, or already working and want to keep on the road to financial independence, explore the Path to Work to learn more at every part of your journey.
- Pocket Résumé (Print it out and cut the paper to a finished size of 3.5 inches wide x 8 inches tall. Fill it out, fold it into fourths to about the size of a business card (2 inches x 3.5 inches), and place in your purse or wallet. That way, you’ll always have the information requested on most employment applications.)
- Project Central State Occupational Projections (Projections of occupational employment growth are developed for all States. One of the most important uses of the projections is to help individuals make informed career decisions.)
- Project SEARCH at West-MEC Western Maricopa Education Center (Project SEARCH is an international program model empowering young adults with significant disabilities to make a successful transition from school to adult life.)
- Quality Connections (Help individuals with disabilities become independent, productive members of our community by providing them with employment opportunities, job training, and practical life learning programs.)
- Skills to Pay the Bills (Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) Mastering Soft Skills for Workplace Success)
- Social Security’s Ticket to Work (This program supports career development for Social Security disability beneficiaries age 18 through 64 who want to work. The Ticket program is free and voluntary. The Ticket program helps people with disabilities progress toward financial independence.)
- Ticket to Work Service Providers (Ticket to Work program, you will have access to a wide variety of free services provided to you by Ticket to Work service providers. These service providers can become your “Employment Team,” ready to support you on your journey to financial independence. types of services listed are, in general, what a beneficiary can expect to find from these types of service providers. These are not guarantees or entitlements, and the specific services that the agency or organization will agree to provide will be set and developed in an individual work or employment plan.)
- United States Department of Labor (FLSA Section 14(c) Calculators)
- United States Department of Labor
- Virginia Commonwealth University (A web portal that highlights our funded projects on many topics related to the employment of individuals with disabilities.)
- Youth Rules! (Preparing the 21st Century Workforce)
- 211 Get Connected. Get Answers. Community Information and Referral Services
- Ability360 (Offers and promotes programs to empower people with all disabilities to take personal responsibility so that they may achieve or continue independent lifestyles within the community)
- AbleData: Searchable database for AT tools / products
- Arizona Center for Blind and Visually Impaired (Support groups, workshops, training for orientation and mobility)
- Arizona Department of Economic Security Locator Search
- Arizona Developmental Disabilities Planning Council serves Arizona residents with developmental disabilities along with their families, providing original research and support to projects.
- Arizona Housing Coalition (The Arizona Housing Coalition envisions an Arizona devoid of homelessness, where every single Arizonan – man, woman, child, or veteran – has a safe, affordable place to call home.)
- Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ArSHA is an association of professionals in the field of communication sciences and disorders (CSD), dedicated to helping people improve their quality of life through assessment and treatment in the areas of hearing, speech, language, voice, swallowing, and cognition.)
- Arizona Talking Book Library (The Talking Library provides a Lending Library (including audio books and magazines; movies with audio descriptions; and Braille books and magazines by postage free mail), Loan of special equipment to play audio books, Audio and Braille book downloads (BARD), Access to NFB-NEWSLINE® and over 300 newspapers and magazines by phone and online to any Arizona resident with low vision, making it difficult to read standard print, or those who find it hard to hold or handle a print book or individuals who have a reading disability resulting from organic dysfunction.)
- Arizona TASH (We are a state chapter of TASH, which is an international grassroots leader in advancing inclusive communities through research, education, and advocacy.)
- [email protected] (Statewide workforce development network that helps employers of all sizes and types recruit, develop and retain the best employees for their needs. For job seekers throughout the state, we provide services and resources to pursue employment opportunities.)
- Arizona’s Children Association (Support services and mentor program designed to aid foster care youth between the ages of 16 and 21 who have or will be transitioning out of Arizona State or Tribal Foster Care.)
- AZLinks (Offers Options Counseling, Care Transitions, Family Caregiver Support, State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) Free Medicare benefits counseling service.)
- BeConnected (The Be Connected program is an Arizona-grown collaboration of public and private sector partners, in support of all service members, veterans & their families statewide.)
- Brain Injury Alliance of Arizona (BIAAZ is a nonprofit organization dedicated to preventing brain injuries and to improving the lives of individuals with brain injuries through prevention, education, information, and community support.)
- Building Futures One Step at a Time (When people face homelessness, Old Pueblo Community Services offers housing, counseling and support services to help them transform their lives.)
- Child & Family Resources (Private, community-based, non-profit organization serving children, youth, and families.)
- CPLC Parenting Arizona is dedicated to assisting Arizona families find useful resources within specific areas in which Parenting Arizona operates. We hope they are helpful, yet they do not constitute an endorsement.
- Developmental Disabilities
- Job Corps Materials Marketplace (Find Materials, Fliers, Industry Specific Materials, Videos, Toolkits, and sign up for Updates from Job Corps)
- Mental Health America (MHA was founded in 1909 and is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of all Americans.)
- My House My Home: Real Homes for Real People (The My House My Home: Real Homes for Real People is a housing guidebook created to highlight the transition that occurs when creating a home of your own.)
- National Federation of the Blind Free white cane program and other support
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society (Arizona Chapter works to improve the quality of life for people affected by MS in Arizona and to raise funds for critical MS research. Join the movement and create a world free of MS.)
- Native American Fatherhood & Families Association (NAFFA began in 2002 with just one father and the mission of bringing Native American men back to strengthening their families. Since then, NAFFA has successfully impacted thousands of lives and families.)
- Person-Centered Planning (PCP is a guided process assisting individuals to identify the steps needed to make their dreams become a reality.)
- Raising Special Kids (Raising Special Kids exists to improve the lives of children with the full range of disabilities, from birth to age 26, by providing support, training, information and individual assistance so families can become effective advocates for their children.)
- Rehab Without Walls (Rehab Without Walls® was founded over 30 years ago as an alternative to traditional neurological rehabilitation programs. This unique service is delivered where patients need it most; in their own surroundings. Rehab Without Walls is focused on providing patients with the functional skills necessary to participate in practical daily activities at home, school, work or in the community where they live.)
- SEEDs for Autism (SEEDs for Autism is a non-profit organization that provides education and vocational training for young adults on the autism spectrum.)
- Special Olympics Arizona Internships (Special Olympics Arizona looks for dedicated, hardworking individuals to join our family.)
- Southwest Behavioral & Health Services (SB&H is a leader in development and delivery of services in the areas of housing, residential care, prevention services, outpatient services to children, incarcerated persons and dually diagnosed adults (SMI/SA).
- StartYourRecovery.org (StartYourRecovery.org can help you connect with mental health information and resources. The site draws on the knowledge of experts like you — and we’re always looking for input and ideas from the field.)
- State Tutor Fund grant was established in accordance with § A.R.S. 15-241 (R). Until there is an amended statute, students attending schools with a below average level of performance are eligible to receive tutoring services.
- The Arizona Commission for the Deaf and the Hard of Hearing (ACDHH is a national leader in communication access, support services and community empowerment throughout the state. Our mission, in partnership with the public and private sectors is to ensure accessibility and improve quality of life for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf-Blind, persons with speech difficulties, and their families.)
- United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona (UCPSA) is a non-profit organization that provides home-based services for individuals with all types of disabilities.
- Untapped Arizona Your Resource for an Inclusive Workforce (A network of organizations partnering together in an effort to support Arizona businesses in meeting their workforce needs by tapping into the labor pool of individuals with disabilities.)
- Vocational Rehabilitation
- Vocational Rehabilitation (VR program provides a variety of services to persons with disabilities, with the ultimate goal to prepare for, enter into, or retain employment.)
- Pre-Employment Transition Services (Pre-ETS are specific career exploration and job readiness services that help students with disabilities prepare for future employment. Pre-ETS are provided via workshops that are short in duration and related to the following topic areas: Job Exploration Counseling; Work-Based Learning; Counseling on Post-Secondary and Training Opportunities; Work Readiness Training; and Instruction in Self-Advocacy)
Free Professional Development/Curriculum
- Building & Sustaining Student Engagement (Mission: To create materials for educators that help to increase student engagement through improving student behavior, developing non-exclusionary disciplinary consequences, and increasing graduation while reducing student dropout.)
- edWeb.net is a highly-acclaimed professional social and learning network that has become a vibrant online community for exceptional educators, decision-makers, and influencers who are on the leading edge of innovation in education.
- National Center On Universal Design for Learning (Founded in 2009, the National UDL Center supports the effective implementation of UDL by connecting stakeholders in the field and providing resources and information)
- Paul Sherlock Center on Disabilities (This page is a list of Adapted Literature available through the Sherlock Center Resource Library.)
- Project Core A Stepping-Up Technology Implementation Grant Directed by the Center for Literacy and Disability Studies
- San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (Text 57251 to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Then ask: Send me _____? Ex. Send me hearts. They will text back a pic of art work.)
- Self-Advocacy Skills for Students with Hearing Loss (What self-advocacy skills should be learned by what age? How can we assess these functional skills?)
Improving Student Completion Rates/Self-Advocacy
- Agents of Their Own Success: Self-Advocacy Skills and Self-Determination for Students With Disabilities in the Era of Personalized Learning by the National Center for Learning Disabilities (Over the last three years, NCLD has led a national effort to examine the opportunities and challenges faced by students with disabilities in personalized learning environments. We reviewed academic literature on this growing trend, held webinars, commissioned a survey, convened meetings with disability experts, personalized learning advocates, and educators, and published initial findings.)
- Aligning Evidence-Based Practices and Predictors of Post-School Success
- Bookshare (Accessible ebooks for People with Print Disabilities)
- Educate Empower Succeed ( Educate Empower Succeed supports our mission by recruiting professionals to deliver services and support in a manner that exceeds the expectations of our clients. Our innovative and quality programs are characterized by flexibility in our support service delivery. Our one-on-one and small group approach enables us to focus on specific support needs while strengthening the capabilities of each person using our services.)
- Essential Life Skills for All Teens (SOURCES: 21st Century Life Skills, Casey Life Skills, Ready by 21, Employment Literacy: SCANS 21st Century Skills, Equipped for the Future, California Career Planning Guide)
- Friendly House (A multi-service organization to empower Arizona communities through education and human services.)
- Gila Institute For Technology (GIFT) is a Joint Technological and Educational District (JTED) at Eastern Arizona College in Thatcher.
- Ghotit Real Writer & Reader (Software includes advanced writing and reading assistive technologies tailor-made for people with dyslexia and dysgraphia.)
- Helen Keller Services (HKS offers programs and resources through two division: Helen Keller National Center and Helen Keller Services for the Blind)
- Hozhoni Foundation offers three areas of focus: Residential Care, Day Programs and Supports. Each area upholds our goal: to enhance the quality of life, self-sufficiency, dignity and self-respect of the individuals we serve.
- Kids as Self Advocates (Pacer Center This national grassroots organization of youth with disabilities promotes self-advocacy for youth and offers a handout of advocacy tips and terms for students with disabilities.)
- Microsoft Accessibility (Download Microsoft Word document guides to find information and tips for using accessibility features in Microsoft products to meet your specific needs.)
- My Reading Tools (AT Reading support made with the strength to succeed)
- Phoenix Indian Center (Looking for a job? Need your High School Equivalency Diploma? Need help with your resume? We can help)
- Phoenix Job Corps Center (Job Corps is a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department of Labor that helps young people ages 16 to 24 improve the quality of their lives through career technical and academic training.)
- ReEngagePhoenix We connect adults and youth who have not completed high school to educational opportunities and resources that lead to a high school diploma or the equivalent (GED preparation).
- Secondary Transition: Helping Students with Disabilities Plan for Post-High School Settings (This Module focuses on the transition process from high school to post-secondary settings. Among other topics, it discusses IEP planning, engaging students in the process so as to become better advocates for their own needs, and the importance of outside agencies such as vocational rehabilitation. Completion time: 1 hour.)
- Studying with ADHD (Common Challenges for College Students & How to Overcome Them)
- The ational Deaf Center on Postsecondary Outcomes (NDC)
- ABLE National Resource Center (ANRC is a collaborative whose supporters share the goal of accelerating the design and availability of ABLE accounts for the benefit of individuals with disabilities and their families. We bring together the investment, support and resources of the country’s largest and most influential national disability organizations.)
- (Assessment of Financial Skills and Abilities)
- FDIC Financial Education & Literacy (Obtain education on important financial issues and topics)
- Money Smart – A Financial Education Program (The FDIC’s new instructor-led Money Smart for Young People series consists of four free individual grade-level curriculum available for immediate download)
- Money Smart Computer-Based Instruction (CBI is an easy-to-use tool to learn more about basic personal financial management. The CBI can complement formal classes by providing learning assignments that users can complete at their own pace.)
- Train-the-Trainer Program (Money Smart train-the-trainer videos also provide prospective instructors with an overview of the curriculum components.)
- Money Smart Alliance (FDIC welcomes these types of organizations to join the Money Smart Alliance: Federally insured financial institutions, Non-profit organizations that have been recognized as tax-exempt by IRS, Federal agencies, K-12 schools or school districts, Colleges or universities, and Other state or local government agencies (including governmental entities)
- Money Smart for Small Business (MSSB provides a practical introduction to topics related to starting and managing a business.)
- Pay4CollegeArizona (Pay4CollegeArizona helps students and parents gain knowledge of the financial aid process.)
- Smart About Money! Register for free to save your personal budgets and take free online courses. At your own pace. On your own time.
- Soft Skills to Pay the Bills, Mastering Soft Skills for Workplace Success (“Skills to Pay the Bills: Mastering Soft Skills for Workplace Success,” is a curriculum developed by ODEP focused on teaching “soft” or workforce readiness skills to youth, including youth with disabilities.)
- SSI Calculator – Wages Only (This example demonstrates the effect of wages (earned income) on Supplemental Security Income.
- Teacher Online Resource Center (The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) are working together to make it easier for schools to bring financial education into the classroom by developing a one-stop-shop for educators.)
- The Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education (ACPE is committed to expanding access and increasing success in postsecondary education for Arizonans. ACPE is the state entity named by National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs to provide access to state and federal grants. This website provides a one-stop resource for current state grants, scholarships and forgivable loans.)
- Tucson Urban League advances economic and social prosperity for African Americans and other underserved Tucson area residents by creating access to opportunity through advocacy, community partnerships, and programs and services.
- University of Arizona’s Take Charge Cats Free financial literacy workshops
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