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Measure Twice, Cut Once: Analyzing Administrative Data to Understand Pre-Employment Transition Services – Free Webinar

This webinar series was recorded on January 31st, 2019.

Watch the webinar to learn how analyzing administrative data can help you better understand and monitor the provision of pre-employment transition services.

1 CRC is available upon submittal of the evaluation form.


This webinar presents considerations for analyzing administrative data to understand and monitor the provision of pre-employment transition services.

Staff from vocational rehabilitation agencies can use their administrative data (such as the RSA-911 Case Service Report) to generate snapshots of service provision. Having information on the types of pre-employment transition services delivered, the characteristics of youth receiving them, and geographic and other differences in their delivery can help staff set goals and monitor services.

The webinar includes a demonstration analyzing pre-employment transition services contained in the RSA-911 Case Service Report using Microsoft Excel.

Resources

Measure Twice, Cut Once, Part 1: Using the RSA-911 Case Service Report to Monitor
Pre-Employment Transition Services

This brief presents approaches to analyzing one source of administrative data—the RSA-911 Case Service Report—for the purpose of assessing the provision of pre-employment transition services. These services are intended to prepare students with disabilities for life after school, but they represent a major change in how VR agencies operate. Given this increased emphasis on pre-employment transition services, staff at VR agencies might be wondering how best to measure these services.

Measure Twice, Cut Once, Part 2: Using VR Agencies’ Administrative Data to Monitor Pre-Employment Transition Services
This brief discusses ways to use a state vocational rehabilitation (VR) agency’s administrative data to measure the provision of pre-employment transition services. These services are intended to prepare students with disabilities for life after school, but they represent a major change in how VR agencies operate. Given this increased emphasis on pre-employment transition services, staff at VR agencies might be wondering how best to measure these services.

Measure Twice, Cut Once, Part 3: Developing Performance Metrics to Monitor Pre-Employment Transition Services
This brief describes performance metrics that staff at state vocational rehabilitation (VR) agencies can use to assess their provision of pre-employment transition services. These services are intended to prepare students with disabilities for life after school, but they represent a major change in how VR agencies operate. Given this increased emphasis on pre-employment transition services, staff at VR agencies might be wondering how best to measure these services. This brief identifies six performance metrics that a VR agency could use to assess its provision of pre-employment transition services across three domains: quantity, cost, and access.

Presenters

Todd Honeycutt
Senior Researcher
Mathematica Policy Research

Purvi Sevak
Senior Researcher
Mathematica Policy Research

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