NSTTAC I-13 Checklist

In order to help states collect data to meeting Indicator 13 of the Part B State Performance Plan and Annual Performance Report, as required by the Department of Education, Office of Special Education Programs, NSTTAC has developed two checklists which can be used. Both checklists were approved for this purpose by OSEP on September 8, 2006. States may choose to use either form or states may choose to develop their own forms for data collection. 

NSTTAC Indicator 13 Checklist: Form A

This single column form is designed to meet the minimum requirements for collecting and reporting data on Indicator 13 of the Part B State Performance Plan and Annual Performance Report. It allows a school, district, or state to review the data for each item simultaneously across all postsecondary goal areas.

NSTTAC Indicator 13: Fillable Form

NSTTAC Indicator 13 Checklist: Form B

This multiple column form meets the requirements for collecting and reporting data on Indicator 13, allows a school, district, or state to more deeply analyze professional development and program change needs by providing data on each item for each postsecondary goal area. 

Note: Forms A and B were last updated in May 2012.

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I work as a Transition Director for an a non-public shool and am interested in your information.

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Thank you for your comment at www.nsttac.org regarding Indicator 13 resources. If you need additional information, please return to our website or contact us directly with a question. Thank you for your interest.

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THANK YOU. I am a special ed advocate and have been invited to sit on the advisory committee for the department of education.

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Thank you for these checklists. It has been helpful to use them as a guide with planning and ensuring student IEPs are written well and include key elements necessary for a successful transition into post-secondary life.

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