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The Research and Assessment team conducts program evaluations, policy studies, and ongoing climate surveys for the purpose of ongoing improvement. A few of the recent results are posted below.

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LEARNING AT HOME FEEDBACK

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In these unprecedented times, it is important to understand how our students, families, and employees are doing. Almost overnight, the learning environment for students, staff, and families changed dramatically. We want to hear your stories, understand the needs, and synthesize the current sentiments about our shared experiences. The purpose of collecting this information is to understand and meet the needs of students, educators, and families in this new learning environment.

Why are we doing surveys?

  • to understand how to better meet student, educator, and family needs while learning at home
  • to see how needs change over time with follow-up surveys
  • to improve programs and technology to support learning

Survey #1 - April 3-10, 2020


Survey #2 - April 24 - May 3, 2020

 

 

Family-School Partnership Survey

2019-2020 Family-School Partnership Survey Questions

2018-2019 Family School Partnership Survey Results

2017-2018 Family School Partnership Survey Results

2016-2017 Family-School Partnership Survey Results

2015-2016 Family-School Partnership Survey Results

Strengths
  • Welcoming all families into the school community
  • Supporting student success
  • Collaborating with community
Areas for Growth
  • Communicating effectively
  • Speaking up for every child
  • Sharing power

Student Survey

2019-2020 - Make Your Voice Heard Student Survey Questions: Elementary

2019-2020 - Make Your Voice Heard Student Survey Questions: Secondary

2017-2018 - Make Your Voice Heard Student Survey Results

2017-2018 - Climate Surveys: Safety Results

2015-2016 - Make Your Voice Heard Student Survey Results

Strengths
  • Staff-student relationships (all grade levels)
  • Family support for learning (middle and high schools)
  • Attendance-engagement (elementary schools)
Areas for Growth
  • Perceptions of discipline (all grade levels)
  • Perceptions of safety (elementary schools)
  • Academic challenge (all grade levels)

Employee Survey

2018-2019 – Climate in Jeffco Public Schools: TLCC and Employee Survey

2018-2019 – Jeffco Public Schools Employee Survey Results

2015-2016 - Jeffco Public Schools Employee Survey Results

Strengths
  • Job satisfaction
  • Employee contribution and fit
  • Safety
  • Building climate
Areas for Growth
  • Compensation
  • Performance evaluation
  • Leadership
  • Organizational climate
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