3 Stakeholder Response Rates Surveys were conducted in April 2007 Grades 3-12 All teachers and staff All parents of students in grades K-12 asked to complete one paper/pencil survey per child. Response Rates: –Elementary Students91%(n=3,276) –Secondary Students77%(n=7,518) –Teachers/Staff87%(n=1,720) –Parents20%(n=2,489) In total, 15,000 people responded to the survey!
4 Harris Interactive School Poll Topic Areas Teachers/Staff School Atmosphere Equipment/Facilities Computer Technology School Leadership/ Administration Communications/ Involvement Parental Support Career Students Other Staff Other Issues Parents Equipment/Facilities School Bus Computer Technology School Leadership/ Administration Communications/ Involvement Childs Teachers Curriculum/Training Budget Other Issues Students School Atmosphere Equipment/Facilities School Bus Computer Technology Main Teacher/ Teachers (five subjects) School Leadership Counselor Other Staff Other Issues
5 Elementary Students: School Atmosphere Harris Interactive Inc. Please give an overall rating for your SCHOOL ATMOSPHERE by filling in one oval on the A to F scale provided?
7 We look for less than 10% in the D and F columns combined
11 Overall Satisfaction Ratings Higher than average in database Lower than data base
12 Opportunities for Improvement All stakeholders: Behavior/Safety in the school Condition/Cleanliness of buildings and grounds Importance and application of school rules and discipline Availability and accessibility of opportunities to get extra help Presentation of core curriculum Improving relationships, communications, behaviors of students Increased parental involvement Increased quality and quantity of information from schools about their childs progress & performance
13 Moving Forward with the Data Survey questions identify the symptoms of the problems Statistical analysis (Impact Analysis) calculates the relative IMPACT of the symptoms Focus groups and other techniques translate the symptom into a defined problem Task teams define solutions
16 Using Data to Drive Improvements Cabinet- weekly review of Harris Poll data Action Research Deployment Teams- 4 sessions throughout the year to utilize the data School Improvement Plans- Include goals and Harris Poll data to measure results Department Leadership Teams- reviewing the data to increase satisfaction in the support services (Bus, Food Service, Facilities, Technology)
18 2.A Increase elementary student overall satisfaction with school as measured by the bi-annual student satisfaction survey (Harris School Poll) Multiple 7.8N/A8.0 2.B Increase secondary student overall satisfaction with school as measured by the bi-annual student satisfaction survey (Harris School Poll) Multiple 7.5N/A7.7 3.C Increase school staff overall satisfaction as measured by the bi- annual staff satisfaction survey (Harris School Poll) N/A6.8N/A7.0 5.C Increase parent overall satisfaction with school as measured by the bi- annual student satisfaction survey (Harris School Poll) N/A7.7N/A7.9