Collecting Outcome Data for Student Success and Program Improvement
This guide can be used by staff and administrators at institutions of higher education to develop procedures for collecting data on the outcomes of students with intellectual disability after they graduate from higher education programs. It explains why it is important to collect data, methods to use, and what to do with the data once its collected. Samples are shared throughout this publication.
Papay, C., Kelley, K., McClellan, M. (2019). Collecting Outcome Data for Student Success and Program Improvement. How To Think College, Issue No. 7. Boston, MA: University of Massachusetts Boston, Institute for Community Inclusion.