data are now available on the Web! Users can download and view the data
in cross-tabular format.
SEELS data are weighted estimates for students receiving special education
that generalize to the national population. Each variable is cross-tabulated
by disability, age, gender, income, and ethnicity. To find the data that
interest you, follow these steps:
Step 1: Choose the data source (e.g., parent interviews, school
surveys, student assessments, etc.).
Step 2: Choose the conceptual area (e.g., school experiences, household
Step 3: Choose the topic.
Each selection you make determines the choices available for the next
step. Once you have made your selections, you will be presented with 10
tables (5 for data and 5 for standard errors). The data tables represent
the percentage of the population who responded in each of the possible
categories (percentages sum to 100 down the columns). Each individual
table indicates the unweighted number of respondents to the questions.
Following each table is a table listing the associated standard errors.