Survey of Graduates or Exiters of High Schools
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TimestampCode Number1. Since leaving high school, have you enrolled in any type of school for at least one term (including a quarter, semester, inter-session, summer or online)?2. What type of school did you attend?If other. Please specify:3. Since Leaving high school have you been employed for at least 3 months?4. How much did you earn at your most recent job?5. Please select the best description of you most recent job.If other. Please specify:6. Have you used any of these agencies since leaving high school?Check all that apply:If other. Please specify:7. Are you taking part in any of the following?If other. Please specify:8. How much do you agree with this: "I am satisfied with my life since leaving high school"Why?Social Skills (Getting along with others)Self-Advocacy (ability to know what you need and ask for it) Independent Living Skills (running a household, using transportation, taking care of your health and hygiene, managing your money) Technology Skills (ability to use computers or other assistive tools) Time Management/Organizational Skills Money Management Skills Study Skills/Learning Strategies Work Experience Other If other. Please Specify:10. What part of your high school education was most helpful in getting you ready for life after high school?11. What services, assistance, or activities would you recommend for high school students working on transition plans now?12. Was there anything confusing or unclear about this survey?
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2/11/2012 23:18:09T1No, I enrolled but I did not complete one full termYes, Full-time (average 35 hours or more, per week)Above minimum wage (greater than $8.25/hr.)In you family's business (e.g., a farm, store, fishing, ranching, catering)No; Did not want to use any servicesDepartment of Developmental Services (DDS), Department of Mental Health & addiction Services (DMHAS), Department of Labor One-Stop Centers (DOL)Independent living skills programsDisagreeYesNoYesNoYesNoYesNoYes
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2/12/2012 14:00:45T2Yes, part-time student (less than 12 credits per semester)Adult Education(e.g., GED, High School Completion Program)Yes, Part-time (average 20-34 hours per week)Below minimum wage (less than $8.25/hr.)Self-employedNo; Services were not necessaryBureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS)Independent living skills programsStrongly disagreeNoYesYesNoYesYesNoNoNo
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2/12/2012 14:05:51T3No, I enrolled but I did not complete one full termNo. I have been employed, but for less than 3 months.YesDepartment of Developmental Services (DDS), Department of Labor One-Stop Centers (DOL)Independent living skills programsDisagreeYesNoYesNoNoNoYesYesNo
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2/12/2012 14:15:30T4Yes, part-time student (less than 12 credits per semester)Post Graduate or College Prep ProgramYes, Part-time (average 20-34 hours per week)Minimum wage ($8.25/hr.)In you family's business (e.g., a farm, store, fishing, ranching, catering)No; Did not want to use any servicesAdult day vocational servicesDisagreeYesYesNoYesYesNoNoNoNo
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2/12/2012 14:33:16T5Yes, part-time student (less than 12 credits per semester)Short-term education or job training program (e.g., Job Corps, Workforce Board Program)No, I have not been employed.No; Services were not necessaryIndependent living skills programsAgreeYesYesYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
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2/12/2012 14:35:32T6Yes, full-time student (12 or more credits per semester)4-year college or university(for credit, non-credit, or remedial classes)Yes, Part-time (average 20-34 hours per week)Minimum wage ($8.25/hr.)For an employer (in a company with people with and without disabilities)No; Did not want to use any servicesVolunteer work or community serviceDisagreeYesNoYesNoNoYesNoYesNo
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2/12/2012 14:37:14T7NoVocational, Technical, or Trade School(less than a two-year program)No. I have been employed, but for less than 3 months.No; Did not know any services were availableStrongly agreeYesYesYesNoYesNoYesNoYes
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2/12/2012 14:39:41T8Yes, part-time student (less than 12 credits per semester)Post Graduate or College Prep ProgramYes, Part-time (less than an average of 20 hours per week)YesBoard of Education/Services for the Blind (BESB), Bureau of Rehabilitation Services (BRS)Adult day vocational servicesAgreeNoNoYesNoYesYesYesNoNo
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2/12/2012 14:42:42T9Yes, part-time student (less than 12 credits per semester)OtherYes, Full-time (average 35 hours or more, per week)Below minimum wage (less than $8.25/hr.)In the military (e.g., Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard)No; Services were not necessaryDisagreeYesYesNoNoNoNoNoYesNo
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2/12/2012 14:44:29T10Yes, part-time student (less than 12 credits per semester)2-year community college (for credit, non-credit, or remedial classes)No. I have been employed, but for less than 3 months.No; Did not want to use any servicesOtherAgreeYesYesYesNoNoNoNoNoNo
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