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ERIC Number: ED106478
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974
Pages: 74
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Reference Count: 0
Model For Implementation of School Follow-Up System.
Wasil, Raymond A.
The guide describes a followup study procedure for obtaining from high school graduates and dropouts information concerning their present employment status, training interests, personal data, employment interests, transportation type, training and education, and questions and comments. The study procedure is longitudinal and four phased. The initial baseline study (taken before graduation or dropping out) and the one-year followup phase are recommended for all students to determine personal and vocational data. The three-year followup phase is primarily geared toward obtaining employment information from vocational students, and educational information from college preparatory students. The five-year followup is intended to ascertain similar information, along with former students' estimations of the quality of the high school education/training experience. Samples and discussions of the following forms comprise over 50 pages of the document: the followup questionnaire; the alumni survey; the employer followup survey; the school attendance study of 1973; the State of Ohio base line phase and first-year phase surveys; the State of Michigan followup survey of 1973 graduates; and the State of Florida vocational, technical and adult education followup and employer surveys. (JR)
Publication Type: Guides - General
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Note: For related volumes see CE 003 641-2