2019-20 School Climate Survey Results
The comprehensive data tables prepared by the team that summarize ALL of the results from the 2019-20 school climate surveys for which students, parents and staff participated are available. Overall data for the surveys are organized as follows:
- Tables 1.# summarize student survey results, tables 2.# summarize parent survey results and tables 3.# summarize staff survey results.
- Data are disaggregated by (a) IAS and school, (b) ethnicity and race and © student programs.
- Note that where fewer than 11 responses were received for a reportable record (row), we highlighted the entire record in grey. While the concern here is not based on revealing the personal identity of a student or adult (because the total N size in these cases are larger than 10), we wanted to make sure that decision-makers were cautious in drawing conclusions for results in cases where only a small number of respondents participated.
Additionally, for each survey, a new Security (SRO) section was
added. Due to the sensitive nature of this section, two sets of
results are reported out in the applicable tables – 1.7 for
students, 2.4 for parents and 3.5 for staff. Namely, we
reported out the “% of Positive Responses of those with a
Positive or Negative Opinion” provided by respondents. Because so
many of the respondents were neutral (i.e. selected “Not
applicable” or “Not sure”) in their response, we also reported
out the “% of Positive Responses of those with a Positive,
Negative or Neutral Opinion.”
For example, over the four multiple-choice questions included in the Security (SRO) section, approximately 40% (28850/72676), 22% (1771/7936) and 21% (806/3840) of responses from students, parents and staff, respectively, provided a neutral response. As we typically factor in neutral responses when determining the percent of positive responses, the latter category – “% of Positive Responses of those with a Positive, Negative or Neutral Opinion” – is consistent with the manner in which survey results are reported out for our school climate survey domains.
Click here to see the results.