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Campus Climate Survey – Boswell High School. Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD. January 27 - February 7, 2014.

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Campus Climate Survey – Boswell High School

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD

January 27- February 7, 2014

  • The purpose of this Campus Climate Survey is to engage teachers, parents and students in a conversation about the climate at their campus in Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District.

  • The survey asked participants about their perspectives on six dimensions of school climate:

  • Academic Preparation

  • Student Support

  • School Leadership

  • Parent Engagement

  • Safety and Behavior

  • School Operations

  • To help assist campus administrators identify areas of strength and need, campus-level results in the following report compare SY 2012-13 to SY 2013-14.

Purpose and Content

  • The survey was open January 27 through February 7, 2014.

  • Teachers were invited to participate by way of email notification. Parents were sent email invitations containing a unique access link. After completing the survey, parents were given the opportunity to take the survey for another EM-S ISD school in which they have a child enrolled.

  • All questions were voluntary, except for the demographic items, such as “Please select your child’s school.”

  • Answer response options for most questions were Strongly Disagree, Disagree, Agree, Strongly Agree and Don’t Know.

  • Data labels of 5% or less are not shown in charts and graphs.

  • Findings for groups with fewer than 10 participants are not reported.

  • This is a “census” survey administration. Therefore, results reflect the views of just those who chose to participate in the survey and do not necessarily represent the views of non-respondents.

Technical Notes

Participation Rate

Main Findings

Range of Positive Responses by Dimension

Overall Perception of Education Quality

Academic Preparation

Student Support

School Leadership*

*Students were not asked questions pertaining to school leadership.

Parent Engagement

Safety and Behavior

School Operations

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