World Institute on Disability publications page.
World Facts and Statistics on Disabilities and Disability Issues from Disabled World.com
(Includes some statistics collected by US government agencies)
National Center for Education Statistics Fast Facts:
Includes National Longitudinal Transition Study 2, (NLTS2) which "is intended to provide a national picture of the experiences and achievements of students in special education during high school and as they transition from high school to adult life. NLTS2 involves a nationally representative sample of students who were 13 to 16 years old and receiving special education services in December 2000 when the study began. These students will be followed until 2010 in an effort to understand their educational, vocational, social, and personal experiences as they transition from adolescence to early adulthood. Findings from NLTS2 generalize to special education students nationally as a group, to each of the 12 disability categories in use for students in the NLTS2 age range, and to each single-year age group."
Includes Pre-Elementary Education Longitudinal Study (PEELS) which is following almost 3,000 children with disabilities as they progress through preschool and into their early elementary years. The study collects data on the preschool and early elementary school experiences of a nationally representative sample of children with disabilities and the outcomes they achieve. It focuses on children's preschool environments and experiences, their transition to kindergarten, their kindergarten and early elementary education experiences, and their academic and adaptive skills. The children were 3 to 5 years old at the start of the study in 2003 and were followed through to 2008.
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For the inventory of NCES' National Education Data Resource Center (NEDRC) Postsecondary Tables Library; the Condition of Education; the Digest of Education Statistics; Indicators of School Crime and Safety and other NCES publications.
Contains data reported annually by states to the Office of Special Education (OSEP), including state-by-state, rank-ordered, and historic trend data.