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WI Indicator 14 Survey

Survey Assessment

The website is designed to assist Wisconsin LEAs with the data collection and reporting responsibilities of the Indicator 14 Postschool Outcomes Survey.  The survey assesses the outcomes of individuals with disabilities one year after they have exited high school.

Survey Participation

Each participating district is in either a required or elective survey year.  The district has the option to participate in the survey through:

  1. Conducting their own district interviews or
  2. Contracting with St. Norbert College to conducted interviews on behalf of the district.

To view your district’s cyclical indicators data collection year within the current 5-year cycle (2016-17 to 2020-21), scroll down DPI’s Collection of Cyclical Indicators webpage and click on the “Cycle List” link.  This link will provide you with the DPI 5-year cycle spreadsheet.

District Indicator 14 Reports

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The reports posted on the Indicator 14 website represent the most recent year the district participated in the survey in a required year, or in an elective year with permission by the district to post their data publicly.  Detailed district reports are available to district administration through the secure access on the Indicator 14 website.  These reports include exiter demographics, survey data sorts, Indicator 14 sorts, and longitudinal data reports.  Most reports can be sorted by gender, ethnicity, disability category, and exit type.

Detailed district reports are available to district administration through the secure access on the Indicator 14 website.

The Indicator 14 Survey

Data for this indicator is collected through the Indicator 14 Survey.  To learn more about the Indicator 14 Survey or how to participate, please visit the Indicator 14 website. You can also email or call Jenny Jacobs at (920) 617-5630.