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

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.

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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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