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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.
An evaluation of the implementation and impact of the Literacy and Learning Centers project.
This report examines student attendance during in-person learning (September 2019 through February 2020) and compares it to student attendance during digital learning (September 2020 through February 2021).
Information about progress related to the Education of Children and Youth Experiencing Homelessness (ECYEH) grant program and the priorities of SDP staff.
The data included in this 21-page brief are a system-level summary of school performance according to the modified 2019-20 End-of-Year Reports.
The final evaluation report on Academic Parent-Teacher Teams, a family engagement program aimed at addressing family-school partnerships by improving parent-teacher conferences in a way that expands collaboration between school and home.
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.
The District-Wide Survey (DWS) program measures five key topics related to school improvement—climate, instruction, leadership, professional capacity, and parent/guardian-community ties, while allowing respondents to share their perspectives and provide feedback about how they experience and perceive their schools. This research brief answers two questions about the representativeness, or external validity, of the student and parent/guardian responses from 2019-20.
This report analyzes student responses to four questions related to mental health and suicide that were asked on the 2019 Philadelphia YRBS.