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E-News Evaluation Responses

Below are a few responses received in our online evaluation survey in February 2004. A complete summary of the results of this survey will be posted to this Web site and sent to E-News.

I love E-news - I use a lot of the information for the transition section of our staff resource library.

Great newsletter! Frankly, I think this is the best e-newsletter I receive. Great content and layout is easy to navigate. GOOD JOB to the staff who coordinate its content and design.

I love the scholarship info for students that have disabilities. Keep it coming!!!!!

I depend upon your newletter for information and ideas to improve services to students in our school district and community, and to find out the best way to help our 20 year old son make the transition to adulthood.

I think that you provide great information in one place. I know that I don't have the time to do net searches all day so it has been valuable to have your newsletter with all the latest info.

I find your e-news to be outstanding. It is a resource, along with your Web site, that I include in my lists of resources for transitioning families and educators.

E-mails from Subscribers

Below are responses we have received via e-mail from subscribers:

Thank you for this information. I look forward to your e-mails and share them with educators throughout [my region]. Keep up the good work.

Hi, love your work and am posting links to various things on our site. Thank you and keep it up!

Thank you for providing such comprehensive information in your newsletter. I really enjoy reading it and have been able to forward it to people who are critically involved in taking steps to ensure meaningful, coordinated sets of activities for students in school. I am a Transition Coordinator for Special Education for the school district in which I work. I am also a part of a Transition Team for the [region] where I live. I am making sure that your newsletter is out to the people in this area who can make profound changes to systems. Thank you for your efforts....Bravo!

I just want to comment that you at NCSET do a really good job of keeping us informed about current trends and information. Thanks for all you do to keep us informed.

... I find your work exemplary and often forward it to a number of staff...

This is a great issue! I always look forward to receiving the NCSET E-News. Thanks for all the hard work that goes into getting this ready and out to us.

E-News is wonderful! It contains a lot of great information! I've even put a link to your previous issues on our web site...

A colleague forwarded your April issue to me, and I found it full of information that I would like to share with teachers of blind and visually impaired students across New York State.
Your e-newsletter is absolutely gorgeous. Useful. Helpful. Easy to use. I rarely receive an edition without finding at least one genuinely first rate resource to notify an awful lot of other people about. And the feedback they give me regarding the utility of the resource bear my feelings out 100%. Thank you so much.

Thanks so much for this great info. I will pass it on...

Thank you for a wonderful newsletter filled with so many valuable links to key information resources.

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