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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT
SURVEYS


Please be aware that the
 School Improvement Surveys
 have been moved to

 http://bdsphd.tripod.com


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Student Surveys
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The Student Opinion Questionnaire (SOQ) is for use in grades 1-8 (but it also has been used in grade 9). The 55-item survey provides a quick measure of student attitudes and opinions about discipline, classroom climate, school climate, learning environment, staff-student relations, perception of self and academic success..

 
 

The Opinion Survey for Students (OSS) is for use grades 6-12. The 48-item survey provides a quick measure of student attitudes and opinions about school climate, discipline/safety, learning environment, staff-student relations, perception of self, and academic progress.

 
 
Parent Surveys
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The Parent Opinion Questionnaire (POQ) is for parents of students in grades 1-8. The 30-item survey provides a quick measure of parent perceptions about discipline, school climate, learning environment, staff-parent relations, student academic progress and student social progress. A home-school consultant for the Ontario (Oregon) School District has translated the POQ into Spanish.

 
 

The Opinion Survey for Parents (OSP) is for parents of students in grades 6-12.  The 20-item survey provides a quick measure of parent attitudes and opinions about school climate, discipline/safety, learning environment, staff-parent relations and academic progress. A home-school consultant for the Ontario (Oregon) School District has translated the POQ into Spanish.

 
 
Staff Survey
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The Instructional Quality Survey (IQS) is for all certificated, classified and administrative staff.  The 72-item survey is an adaptation of one that the RMC Research Corporation (Portland, Oregon) developed under a federal grant to support schoolwide planning.  The IQS assesses how well the school stacks up against 13 traits of "effective schools" including program goals and objectives, expectations for students, coordination among programs, parent and community involvement, staff development, leadership, instruction, academic learning time, monitoring student progress, feedback and reinforcement, school and classroom climate, recognizing excellence and using evaluation results.

 

 


 

Last update:  24-Apr-04