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Fiscal Year 2025 Budget Priorities Survey Results

Fiscal Year 2025 Budget Priorities Survey Results

In January 2024, the School District of Philadelphia (SDP) Office of Finance, in partnership with the Office of Evaluation, Research, and Accountability, conducted the Fiscal Year 2025 Budget Priorities Survey. A total of 3,641 stakeholders responded to the survey, representing 229 District schools/programs. This slide deck presents a summary of survey results.

Understanding and Measuring Perceptions of School Climate and Safety: Insights from the Philly School Experience Survey

Understanding and Measuring Perceptions of School Climate and Safety: Insights from the Philly School Experience Survey

During the summer of 2022, the Office of Research and Evaluation held a series of focus groups to better understand how students interpret and respond to key Philly School Experience Survey questions related to school climate and instructional environment. This slide deck presents findings with a focus on student perceptions of school safety, using both qualitative and quantitative analyses to explore the factors underlying specific survey results.

Classroom Modernizations: Cohort 5 (2021-22) Evaluation

Classroom Modernizations: Cohort 5 (2021-22) Evaluation

In the summer of 2021, the School District of Philadelphia (SDP) redesigned 133 pre-kindergarten to third-grade classrooms into interactive learning environments. Physical renovations and classroom set-ups were completed by the start of the 2021-22 school year. This was the fifth cohort of classrooms to receive renovations and accompanying professional development sessions and materials. This report uses teacher survey data to evaluate teacher satisfaction with the project and perceived benefits to instructional practices and student outcomes.

Budget Priorities for the 2022-23 School Year: Survey Results

Budget Priorities for the 2022-23 School Year: Survey Results

In Spring 2022 the Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE) surveyed School District of Philadelphia (SDP) stakeholders about what supports should be prioritized in the budget for the 2022-23 school year. This slide deck provides an overview of feedback and responses.

Budget Priorities for the 2021-22 School Year: Survey Results

Budget Priorities for the 2021-22 School Year: Survey Results

In Spring 2021 the Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE) surveyed School District of Philadelphia (SDP) stakeholders about what supports should be prioritized in the budget for the 2021-22 school year. This slide deck provides an overview of feedback and responses. 

Literacy and Learning Centers: Cohort 3 (2019-20) Evaluation

Literacy and Learning Centers: Cohort 3 (2019-20) Evaluation

An evaluation of the implementation and impact of the Literacy and Learning Centers project.

School Support Staff Survey: Overview of Data from the 2019-20 Pilot Administration Year

School Support Staff Survey: Overview of Data from the 2019-20 Pilot Administration Year

Each spring, the Office of Research and Evaluation (ORE) administers the District-Wide Survey (DWS) to gather feedback from parents/guardians, teachers, students, and principals about key areas tied to school improvement. In 2019-20, ORE developed and administered an additional survey for school-based staff. This slide deck provides an overview of their responses.

Literacy and Learning Centers 2018-19 Evaluation Report

Literacy and Learning Centers 2018-19 Evaluation Report

Implementation, teacher satisfaction and perceptions of student outcomes, and literacy and attendance rates associated with SDP classroom renovations and professional development.

2017-18 Literacy and Learning Centers Evaluation Report

2017-18 Literacy and Learning Centers Evaluation Report

This evaluation describes the renovations, professional development, teacher satisfaction, and student outcomes associated with SDP’s 2017-18 K-2 classroom redesign.