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State Longitudinal Data Systems for Tracking Outcomes for Students with Disabilities through Postsecondary Activities

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This brief policy analysis was designed to describe whether and how states are:

  • implementing longitudinal data systems for tracking the progress of individual K-12 students with disabilities across their academic careers up to and including postsecondary activities; and
  • integrating systems for tracking the progress of students with disabilities into a longitudinal data system for tracking the progress of all students across their academic careers including their postsecondary activities.

President Obama’s administration has made the development of longitudinal data systems that are able to track individual students from prekindergarten through their postsecondary activities a key component of education reform. Findings from the survey study describe the number and status of states that are at varying levels of development and implementation of these data systems and the barriers and benefits to this development. Concluding remarks are provided.

November 2010

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