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Engaging and Re-Engaging Youth: NE’s Results Topic. Transition Conference October 14, 2014 Lindy Foley: lindy.foley@nebraska.gov. History. OSEP Continuous Improvement Visit conducted in 2011 Developed a plan for re-engaging youth with disabilities who dropped out of school. History. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Engaging and Re-Engaging Youth: NEs Results TopicTransition ConferenceOctober 14, 2014

Lindy Foley: lindy.foley@nebraska.gov

1HistoryOSEP Continuous Improvement Visit conducted in 2011

Developed a plan for re-engaging youth with disabilities who dropped out of schoolHistoryThe three-year plan included selecting pilot sites to research and develop programs to support youth with disabilities who have become disengaged in schoolDropout preventionDropout recoveryHistoryIn 2012 the state disseminated an RFP in effort to select the pilot sitesThe state used components highlighted in the Reentry Three Part Series

Leaving to Learnhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIHlyTTGg-o&list=UU-pRqYMw6UhQv15YEwyHVtg

Re-entry ProgramsThe Need for a Broad Range of Options

Strategies for Locating and Reenrolling

Characteristics of Reentry ProgramsHistoryThree projects started in 2013 Varying demographics, opportunities and challenges

NE Post School Outcome DataNE Post School Outcomes DataNE Post School Outcomes DataNE Post School Outcomes DataNE Post School Outcomes DataResourcesGraduation Considerationshttp://ndetransition.site.esu9.org/files/2014/08/Transition-Topics-2014-.pdf

ResourcesDropout Prevention Research and Resourceshttp://k12engagement.unl.edu/

ClosingAdditional information?

Lindy Foley: lindy.foley@nebraska.gov

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