What is PSO?
Post-School Outcomes (PSO) are reporting categories used in the Indicator B-14
data collection. They can be divided into two broad categories: Any Engagement and
No Engagement. These data are collected not just for state and federal reporting, but for
program analysis, celebration, and improvement.
The video introduces the Post School Outcomes (PSO) Data Collection, including PSO definition, why we collect PSO data, student engagement, who is eligible, exit and follow-up interviews, response rate, and representativeness.Watch Video
A concise, one-page explanation of the State Performance Plan/Annual Performance Report, Indicator 14: Post-School Outcomes.
A one-page document including the why, who, when, how, and where of PSO data collection, including resources and PSO team contact information.View PDF
This document outlines the PSO data collection tasks, who’s responsible
for the task, and key resources that support each task.
This document outlines a process for identifying your district
Post-School Outcomes (PSO) team.