Frequently Asked Questions
How do I contact the Office of Research and Evaluation?
Call us at 215-400-4260 or find more information on our Contact page.
How do I learn more about the Office of Research and Evaluation?
Please visit our projects page and our reports page to learn more about our work and products.
I want to read reports produced by the Office of Research and Evaluation. Where can I find them?
Please visit our reports page to find publications organized by year, topic, and project.
I am interested in working in the Office of Research and Evaluation. What positions are available?
Throughout the year, we may have positions available in support of a variety of our projects and initiatives. Please visit the Central Office Jobs Postings to see if we are hiring.
Does the Office of Research and Evaluation hire part-time staff?
Yes, our part-time staff are typically students from local universities. To inquire about part-time positions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
I want to learn more about the annual District-Wide Survey. Where do I go?
Please visit our District-Wide Survey page for the most up-to-date information. You may also contact the survey team at email@example.com or by calling 215-400-6565.
When is the District-Wide Survey?
Our District-Wide Surveys open in the spring of each school year.
Who participates in the District-Wide Survey?
We collect responses from District students, teachers, principals, and parents & guardians.
Where can I find survey results for a specific school?
If your school meets the minimum number of responses required for publication [see our Survey FAQ] you will be able to see your school’s data via our online, interactive data tool. You can also view two-page summaries of individual results for each participating school by clicking here.
I need help interpreting my school’s survey results.
For more specific responses to frequently asked questions about the District-Wide Survey, see our survey FAQ here. You may also contact the survey team at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 215-400-6565.
Last modified: February 4, 2020