Results should be used for program evaluation and development. The surveys provide useful information for needs assessment, indicating if a school needs to devote greater attention to such important areas of school climate as teacher-student relations, student relations and safety, clarity of expectations, fairness of rules, teacher-parent relations, and the use of positive, punitive and social emotional learning techniques.
2012-2013 Steps for Interpreting School Reports
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Previous Year’s (2011-2012) Survey Information:
2012 School Climate Survey Guidelines (Previous Year)
Click here to view the versions of the 2011-2012 surveys (Previous Year).
Click here to view guidlines and steps for interpreting School Climate Data.
Click here to view the 2011-2012 School Climate Data analysis workshop presentation (Previous Year).