Transitions

Goals and Outcomes

Success, Access, and Support

Strategic Priority:  Ensure all Nebraskans, regardless of background or circumstances, have equitable access to opportunities for success

Outcome Statement:

Provide quality educational opportunities for student success through transitions between grade levels, programs, schools, postsecondary institutions, and careers.

Goal 3.1    By 2018, a baseline and benchmarks will be developed to track all students with a disability having access to participate in career counseling, explorations, self-advocacy training, and work-based learning experiences.

Goal 3.2    By 2026, the 4-year cohort graduation rates for all Nebraska students will be greater than 92% and not less than 85% for any one subgroup.

Goal 3.3    By 2026, the 7-year cohort graduation rates for all Nebraska students will be greater than 95% and not less than 90% for any one subgroup.

Goal 3.4     By 2026, 100% of Nebraska schools will fully implement a systematic process for supporting the needs of highly mobile students.

Nebraska VR’s case management system was modified to capture, at the individual/student-level, the five (5) pre-employment transition services mentioned in this goal. VR staff were trained on these data elements to help ensure consistent reporting.

Data can be analyzed both at the student and building level to help track whether all students with a disability have access to participate in the five pre-employment transition services.

Baseline data will be available by early January. VR staff will review/analyze data gathered and will include members from the Data, Research and Evaluation team, as necessary.

See Data presented for Goal 3.2

Percent Fully Implementing Systematic Process for Highly Mobile Students - All Public Schools

Data Years Statewide Rate
2014-2015 37.60%
2015-2016 ---
2016-2017 31.60%
As measured by the AQuESTT School EBA items TRANS2.