Comparisons across time of the outcomes of youth with disabilities up to 4 years after high school: A report of findings from the National Longitudinal Transition Study (NLTS) and the National Longitudinal Transition Study-2 (NLTS2
NLTS2 is a 10-year-long study of the characteristics, experiences, and outcomes of a nationally representative sample of youth with disabilities who were 13 to 16 years old and receiving special education services in grade 7 or above on December 1, 2000. NLTS was a 6-year-long study of youth with disabilities who were in grade 7 or above and ages 13 through 21 in the 1983–84 school year. This report focuses on the subset of youth represented in NLTS and NLTS2 who had been out of high school up to 4 years.
Findings from both studies are intended to generalize to youth with disabilities nationally and to youth in each of the federal special education disability categories in use for students in the NLTS or NLTS2 age range at the time of each study. NLTS2 was designed to collect data on sample members from multiple sources in five waves, beginning in 2001 and ending in 2009. NLTS also collected data from several sources, however, in two rather than five waves, beginning in 1985 and ending in 1990.
|verantwoordelijke||Lynn Newman ; Mary Wagner ; Renée Cameto ; Anne-Marie Knokey ; Debra Shaver ; Shu Jing Yen|
|organisatie||SRI International ; Institute of Education Sciences|
|instelling||U.S. Department of Education|
|trefwoorden||onderwijs ; gehandicapten ; USA ; statistiek|