All schools must review and verify leaver names and demographics.
Leaver Survey Lists must be verified before survey phone calls begin.
Finalized reports and presentations are published Jan-Feb, 2023.
Presentation Slides in Google Drive - TSF2 User Meetings
2023 Post-School Survey Training Modules are designed to support school districts in Washington state as they work to complete the annual Post-School Survey. Modules 1 and 2 are recommended for all school and district representatives involved with the survey. Modules 3-6 are recommended for review based on Post-School Survey role.
Module 1 is an introduction to the Post-School Survey process. It’s ideal for anyone who is brand new to the survey or is looking for a quick refresh. It covers what the survey is, why it matters, and the available support materials for students, families, and educators.
Module 2 includes an overview of TSF2 user accounts and roles, how to access the TSF2, and how the site is organized. It also addresses the difference between contact and response rates and their impact on data collection. This module ends with TSF2 instructional guides for viewing contact and response rates.
Module 3 focuses on the process of verifying the Leaver Survey List in the TSF2. It outlines the criteria for special education leavers and the steps for confirming your list is accurate in the TSF2 before survey phone calls begin. This module concludes with a series of TSF2 instructional guides.
Module 4 addresses the basics of conducting the Post-School Survey in the TSF2. It includes how to prepare for the survey, details about making survey phone calls, and an overview of the survey’s structure. It concludes with a series of TSF2 instructional guides.
Module 5 covers the essentials that all District Managers should know to prepare for the annual Post-School Survey. The module concludes with TSF2 instructional guides for actions that are unique to the DM user role.
Module 6 includes information about viewing and downloading post-school outcome reports and presentations.
Wednesday, August 16 at 2:30 PM
Wednesday, October 4 at 2:30 PM
Wednesday, February 7 at 2:30 PM
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May 1, 2023