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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

Campus Climate Survey – Boswell High School

Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD

January 27- February 7, 2014

Purpose and content

  • 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

Technical notes

  • 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

Participation Rate

Main findings

Main Findings

Range of positive responses by dimension

Range of Positive Responses by Dimension

Overall perception of education quality

Overall Perception of Education Quality

Academic preparation

Academic Preparation

Student support

Student Support

School leadership

School Leadership*

*Students were not asked questions pertaining to school leadership.

Parent engagement

Parent Engagement

Safety and behavior

Safety and Behavior

School operations

School Operations

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