Flexible Learning Year schools conduct surveyWORTHINGTON — As part of the flexible learning year application submitted to the Minnesota Department of Education by 25 southwest Minnesota school districts, a perception survey will be conducted starting June 11.
By: DAILY GLOBE, Worthington Daily Globe
WORTHINGTON — As part of the flexible learning year application submitted to the Minnesota Department of Education by 25 southwest Minnesota school districts, a perception survey will be conducted starting June 11.
The purpose of this survey is to collect baseline data from teachers, students and parents on overall perception of the Improving Student Achievement Initiative.
The link below will take participants to a survey, which is being conducted online by the Southwest Minnesota State University Marketing Advisory Center.
The survey will collect information on the following topics: current perceptions regarding the initiative on student achievement, perceptions concerning school year/calendar changes as a result of the initiative, current perceptions of the quality of education and the possible effects of this initiative, perceptions on how this education initiative will change the quality of education and resulting test scores, perceptions on how this education initiative will help school districts share resources, and more.
The survey should not take more than 12 minutes to complete.
Results will be reported for the school district region as a whole, and will be broken out by each school district individually. SMSU’s Marketing Advisory Center will also be able to report results by group.
This survey will be completed after each of the upcoming three school years, with changes in perception measured over that time.
If you have questions about the survey, please contact your school district superintendent. If you do not have access to the internet, please contact your school district or public library for assistance with internet access.
The survey is online at http://smac.qualtrics.com/SE?SIDSV_2f7XB3lj5DQ08Ha