Post-School Outcome/Indicator B14 Reports

Post-school outcome (PSO) data provide a picture of life after high school for former special education students in relation to postsecondary education and employment. Data are collected by school districts from former students and their families/caregivers. CCTS supports school districts by reviewing these data and providing state, ESD, county, and district-level reports.

School districts can use PSO data to evaluate the effectiveness of their special education programs. PSO data are tied to the Local Education Agency (LEA) Application for Federal Funds for Special Education as one of four performance indicators (B14). Districts must develop plans to maintain or improve these indicators in their application.

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OSPI Annual Performance Reports

OSPI Annual Performance Reports (APRs) for the last five years are available on OSPI's Special Education Data Collection web page.

Under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), the OSPI Special Education Section is required to submit an APR to the Office of Special Education Programs (OSEP) that incorporates performance indicators, activities, and targets for each indicator. In addition, OSPI must report publicly each district's annual progress for indicators B1-B14.

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February 7, 2024