The purpose for the Educational Equity Stakeholder Input surveys is to elevate community voices to promote equity and achievement within our school systems.
Creating educational equity within our schools systems and learning environments is multifaceted. We need to include the voices of multiple stakeholders to best understand the current state of equity and inclusion within our systems and schools.
This stakeholder survey is a crucial component to get a clear picture of thoughts and feelings around our current systems and structures. The tool can help schools and districts create a benchmark indicator, develop data and voice informed plans for improvement, and gauge the impact based on future input.
Based on our survey research and development process, we empower our districts and schools to gather student, staff, and community voice to advance equity by taking meaningful actions and the ability to gauge progress and success in their efforts.
The three major categories our surveys look to inform include:
- Systemic and Programmatic Equity
- Resources and Curriculum Equity
- Student and Community Equity
These surveys are easy to administer, easy to take, and easy to understand. We will take time with you to understand your community’s results. We are able to breakout the data by several different categories including the eight different audiences that are uniquely designed.
We are ready to support your school or district in collecting this data. This data is collected virtually and can be easily done during Distance Learning experience. Contact us to get started today.
The Equity Audit will determine a degree to which:
1. The district exhibits a shared, articulated vision for systemic equity. (and systemic equity for students of color.)
2. The district embeds systemic and systematic evaluation of the efficacy of equity programs and systems.
3. The district practices strategic and effective utilization of resources for all learners to attain success.
4. The stated and practiced curriculum reflects the arts, achievement, histories, perspectives, languages and journeys of the community served and their place in the global society.
5. Student centered leadership, stewardship and instruction is practiced systemically, and systematically evaluated, and rewarded.
6. Internal and external communications across the system are effective and efficient. inform through multiple modalities, are welcoming and well-received, provide clear direction and offer various means through which to respond or request clarification.
Contact us to learn how we can support your district with these surveys today!
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