Module 1: Getting Started

Module 2: Leadership, Vision and Organizational Culture

Module 3: Collaborative Structure and Joint Ownership

Module 4: Data-Driven Understanding of Local Reentry

Module 5: Targeted Intervention Strategies

Module 6: Screening and Assessment

Module 7: Transition Plan Development

Module 8: Targeted Transition Interventions

Module 9: Self-Evaluation and Sustainability

Module Objectives

Let’s revisit what we have learned so far in the Data-Driven Understanding of Local Reentry module. Please answer the following question.

A well-designed management information system

Uses your collected data to determine where to put your transition resources and to evaluate your success.

Uncovers unexplored streams of thought.

Develops strategies to hold stakeholders accountable.

Depicts your transitional program in the best possible light.


In this section you learned that data mining is a process of analyzing data to determine patterns and relationships. When done effectively, data mining can inform your agency and stakeholders where transition resources are needed and how successful your transition program has been.

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