Posted on December 16, 2019
Categories: Research and Evaluation

Every spring, the Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE) administers the District-Wide Survey to students, teachers, parents, guardians, and principals. The surveys measure five key topics: Climate, Instruction, Professional Capacity, Leadership, and Parent & Guardian Community Ties. This year, we’re working on a series that examines areas of agreement–and disagreement–between students, families, and educators.

The first installment compared responses from students, teachers, parents, and principals about respect. This second installment uses the same survey data to compare perspectives on three new questions:

  1. Do students work hard at school?
  2. Is instructional time used efficiently?
  3. Are students interested in their classes?

Scroll down to see what we found.