State Performance Plan Indicator 14
The 2013–2014 State Performance Plan (SPP) Indicator 14: Post-School Outcome Survey is a statewide survey that was administered during the summer of 2014 by NuStats. Sponsored by the Texas Education Agency, the purpose of the survey is to follow-up with persons previously enrolled in high schools within the State of Texas to collect data on their post-high school activities. Eligible respondents either graduated or dropped out during the 2012–2013 school year. The survey included a total of eleven questions: eight questions needed for the SPP Indicator 14 reporting and three questions to address statewide and district high school program improvement.Q1: At any time since leaving high school, have you ever been enrolled in any school, job training, or education program?
Q2: Did you complete an entire term?
Q3: Describe the kind of school or job training program in which you were enrolled.
Q4: At any time since leaving high school, have you ever worked?
Q5: Since leaving high school, have you worked for at least 3 months (about 90 days)?
Q6: Did you work an average of 20 or more hours per week (or about half time of a 40-hour week)?
Q7: Were you paid at least minimum wage?
Q8: Describe the job you have or have had.
Q9: Did you contact the Office of Disability Services at the 2- or 4-year college for support?
Q10: What supports or accommodations have you received through the Office of Disability Services?Q11: Have you contacted any of the following adult service agencies for support or information since leaving high school?